By: Tim DelChiaro
Abstract: Develop optimized SQL with an Oracle Expert
Learn from OakTable Network Member and Oracle ACE Karen Morton as she lets you in on her best practices for developing optimally performing SQL.
Karen will reveal the importance of planning first, what key questions to ask during the process, and using “what if” analysis to ensure your code is performing its best. Attendees of this Oracle Community Webinar will take away best practices such as:
About Karen Morton, Senior Technical Consultant at Enkitec
Karen is a Senior Technical Consultant for Enkitec. For more than 20 years, Karen has specialized in information technology, working as a mainframe programmer, developer, DBA, data architect, author, researcher, educator and consultant. Having used Oracle since the early ’90s, she is considered one of the most respected Oracle experts in the tech industry. Her specialty is in Oracle performance optimization, particularly SQL tuning and the optimizer. Karen is the co-author of three books from Apress: Beginning Oracle SQL, Expert Oracle Practices: Database Administration from the Oak Table and Pro Oracle SQL.
As a master presenter she’s taught hundreds how to work effectively in the Oracle platform, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups throughout the year. Karen is an Oracle ACE and a member of the OakTable Network, a network of Oracle scientists who meet at Oracle events to explore better ways of administering and developing Oracle based systems. Follow her blog at http://karenmorton.blogspot.com.
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Thursday, April 5
- 6:00 am PDT / 9:00 am EDT / 13:00 GMT / 2 pm in UK
- 11:00am PDT / 2:00pm EDT / 18:00 GMT / 7 pm in UK
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