Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Trainings in Dusseldorf and Prague in February 2013

I know, I know....I said I was going to stop traveling. And I have, largely, done so. But I still like to get out in the world occasionally and remind myself how to teach a class. So I am going to teach at two "celebrity" seminars, sponsored by Oracle. Here's the info on the seminar, with links to the 18-19 February seminar in Dusseldorf and the 21-22 February seminar in Prague (one of my all-time favorite cities; I am very glad to be returning! If you'd like to get a sense of why I like Prague so much check this out):

Making the Most of the Best of PL/SQL

Oracle PL/SQL is a robust and powerful language for developing applications that work with Oracle Database. However as Oracle has increased the feature set of PL/SQL, it has become more and more challenging for developers to apply those features in a way that produces high quality code: code that runs efficiently and is easy to maintain. In this seminar, Steven Feuerstein presents the most important features of PL/SQL, and explores how to apply those features so that the resulting code is easy to understand, maintain and enhance. From high level principles to specific techniques, this course will give you the information you need to transform your PL/SQL programs into high quality code of which you can be proud.

Dusseldorf Seminar

Prague Seminar

Hope to see you there! 

1 comment:

iudith said...

Hello Steven,

You don't have a wrong taste at all :)

As one who never travels, I know however that Prague is considered by many to be the most beautiful city of Europe. I don't say this only because of some far family roots that seem to originate there, but because each time when I see pictures from Prague I have a strong feeling that once ( maybe in a previous life ? who knows ?)
I already lived there and I strongly belong there :):)

And ... if you already violate your principle to stop traveling, maybe it's time to violate your other one and decide however to visit us in spite of everything ?

( You know ... I have no chance of ever winning a Playoff ... ).

Thanks a lot & Best Regards,
Iudith Mentzel