Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dinodate, PL/SQL as Scripting Language Liberator, watch the show!

As I mentioned in a previous post, I had an awful lot of fun with Christopher Jones doing our PL/SQL: The Scripting Language Liberator talk at OOW.
PL/SQL: The Scripting Language Liberator: While scripting languages go in and out of favor, Oracle Database and PL/SQL persist, managing data and implementing business logic. This session walks through a web application to show how PL/SQL can be integrated for better logic encapsulation and performance; how Oracle's supplied packages can be used to enhance application functionality and reduce application complexity; and how to efficiently use scripting language connection and statement handling features to get better performance and scalability. Techniques shown in this session are applicable to mobile, web, or midtier applications written in languages such as JavaScript, Python, PHP, Perl, or Ruby on Rails. Using the right tool for the right job can be liberating.
Once word got out around Oracle that we would be unveiling DinoDate at our talk....

The powers-that-be knew that this was a talk that must be recorded. So they recorded it and you can watch it here.

This session is part of a broader effort to make sure our users understand and leverage Oracle Database as an application development platform, not "just" a storage space for your data.



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