• How to Write PL/SQL Code You Can Actually Read with Steven Feuerstein (Recorded Webcast Event)

    Software managers are very good at putting pressure on developers to "get the job done" as quickly as possible, so as to meet usually unrealistic deadlines. The end result? Software with way too many bugs in it, and with it applications that require lots of resources simply to fix those bugs and maintain the code. If we are going to build and deploy successful applications, we have to think not only about getting that application in production today, but also the cost of keeping it in production (and meeting user needs) for years to come. This session offers a range of tips and techniques to improve the readability of your code and make it easier to maintain/evolve that code over time. This webinar offers a wide-ranging set of techniques to make your code easy to understand and maintain over time. These techniques include: the use of subtypes and local modules; how to activate and check compliance with standards; and encapsulation (information hiding). After watching this webinar, you will be able to write code that minimizes the amount of development resources needed to maintain that code.

    Duration: 65 minutes

    This content is intended for the following job role(s): Application Express Developer, PL/SQL Developer

    Release Date: 17-SEP-2014

    Created by: Steven Feuerstein

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