Tuesday, March 10, 2015

27 Hours of Free PL/SQL Video Training at PL/SQL Channel

[June 2016 update: PL/SQL Channel videos have been moved to the new Practically Perfect PL/SQL channel on YouTube. The PL/SQL Channel has been disabled. Scripts referenced in the videos can be found at the PL/SQL Learning Library. Click on the demo.zip download. Or check out all my LiveSQL scripts.]

A few years ago, I recorded roughly twenty-seven (27) hours of training on the Oracle PL/SQL language and made them available via subscription on the PL/SQL Channel.

Just a little under a year ago, I was re-hired by Oracle, and at the same time, Oracle purchased the PL/SQL Channel.

So I am very happy to announce that all training videos at the PL/SQL Channel are now available without subscription.

While these videos do not offer comprehensive coverage of all PL/SQL topics, as  you can see below, I certainly went into depth in a number of areas, notably PL/SQL collections:


I have moved these videos over to my new Practically Perfect PL/SQL channel.

25 comments:

  1. Precious resource. Thanks Oracle -- i mean you.

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  2. Hello Steven,

    Thanks lots of times for sharing the good news,
    and, also, thank you and Oracle for offering the pleasure to enjoy your so colorful
    presentations also to those who don't have the luck to attend them live.

    Best Regards,
    Iudith

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  3. Thank you very much for sharing Steven!

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  4. Hello Steven,
    Thanks for this sharing.

    Best regards,
    Cherif.

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  5. Thank you so much for all these videos. You are an amazing person!

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  6. HI Steven,

    Iam lakshminarayana , Iam from India, please kindly tell me that PLSQL Challenge which is now part of oracle is it free to take Quiz in that or we need to pay any amount to write the quiz,.


    Thanks
    Lakshminarayana

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  7. Lanka, the PL/SQL Challenge is entirely free, both to take a quiz and to write/submit one of your own to be played.

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    1. HI Steven,


      Thank you

      Thanks
      Lakshminarayana

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    2. HI Steven,


      please kindly let me know if you have any good videos from where I can learn oracle architecture and all basics and also PLSQL and its advanced Concepts,if they re by you it will be helpful , if not from other professionals also it is fine ... please dont mind .

      Thanks
      lakshminarayana

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  8. Nice post !! I really enjoyed your well written article . thanks for share...

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  9. Hi Steve ,

    Your videos collection for PL/SQL was very useful and Programming with collection is my favourite one.

    thanks for your contribution

    Regards,
    Parthiban Kumar

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  10. Thanks Steve,

    For sharing worthable videos . It's really awesome

    Regards,
    Maheswar Reddy

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  11. Hi Steve,
    Could you please share the Pl/sql videos?
    Thanks in advance !!!

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  12. Vamsikrishna, that's why I am doing. You can access my videos here:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpJpLMRm452kVcie3RpINPw/feed?view_as=public

    and also at plsqlchannel.com, but I suggest you use YouTube as your primary location for my videos.

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  13. Thanks Steve for sharing the link !!!

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  14. Hi Steven,

    Thanks for these valuable videos, I am looking forward for great learning experience.

    Could you please share the link for demo.zip referenced in Col1: Introduction to collections video within Practically Perfect PLSQL Channel? I am not able to access the provided link.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sneha C

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  15. I have updated this post with the information you requested at the top of the page.

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  16. Thanks Steven for the link for the scripts referenced.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sneha C

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  17. Hi Steven,
    do not see the series - Error Management in PL/SQL in the youtube channel. could you share the link

    Regards,
    Tiby

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    1. Try this one:

      https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0mkplxCP4yid17mq0WCN3q4l3Sd-7zJo

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  18. Great Job Steven ...Excellent videos ..can you share some plsql tuning
    videos and script.Looking Forward for some more video of PLSQL
    THANK YOU ...

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  19. Hi Steven,

    Thanks for these valuable videos, I am looking forward for great learning experience.
    Regards,
    Sneha

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