Fifty top PL/SQL players heading to the Dev Gym Championship!


2017 is no more. Which means that there are no more quizzes to be taken in 2017. Which means that we can now compute the rankings for the weekly PL/SQL tournament at the Dev Gym - and get ready for the 2017 championship event!

The top fifty-ranked players from 2017 will be invited to participate in the PL/SQL Challenge Championship for 2017, which will take place in March 2018 (date still to be finalized).

The number in parentheses after their names are the number of championships in which they have already participated. As you can see, many of these players are incredibly dedicated to their craft as Oracle Database Developers generally and to their standing on the Dev Gym in particular.

Congratulations to all listed below on their accomplishment and best of luck in the upcoming competition!

By the way, if you are not yet taking our weekly tournament quizzes at the Dev Gym, give it a try. You do not have to play competitively; you can opt-out of rankings.  Heck, you can even play incognito by changing your gym name. The main thing is:

Expertise Through Exercise!


Name Rank Qualification Country
Stelios Vlasopoulos (14) 1 Top 50 No Country Set
mentzel.iudith (17) 2 Top 50 Israel
NielsHecker (18) 3 Top 50 Germany
James Su (12) 4 Top 50 Canada
siimkask (17) 5 Top 50 Estonia
Andrey Zaytsev (6) 6 Top 50 Russia
Chad Lee (14) 7 Top 50 United States
Tony Winn (6) 8 Top 50 Australia
Karel_Prech (7) 9 Top 50 No Country Set
Jan Šerák (3) 10 Top 50 Czech Republic
li_bao (5) 11 Top 50 Russia
Ludovic Szewczyk (2) 12 Top 50 No Country Set
JustinCave (14) 13 Top 50 United States
_tiki_4_ (10) 14 Top 50 Germany
HSteijntjes (0) 15 Top 50 Netherlands
patch72 (4) 16 Top 50 Netherlands
Vyacheslav Stepanov (16) 17 Top 50 No Country Set
tonyC (3) 18 Top 50 United Kingdom
seanm95 (4) 19 Top 50 United States
Mike Tessier (1) 20 Top 50 Canada
Henry_A (4) 21 Top 50 Czech Republic
Alexey Ponomarenko (2) 22 Top 50 No Country Set
Michal P. (1) 23 Top 50 Poland
Chase Mei (3) 24 Top 50 Canada
swesley_perth (3) 25 Top 50 Australia
mcelaya (2) 26 Top 50 Spain
Sandra99 (1) 27 Top 50 Italy
Sartograph (0) 28 Top 50 Germany
Maxim Borunov (4) 29 Top 50 Russia
JasonC (2) 30 Top 50 United Kingdom
coba (2) 31 Top 50 No Country Set
msonkoly (2) 32 Top 50 Hungary
berkeso (1) 33 Top 50 Hungary
Rakesh Dadhich (9) 34 Top 50 India
Talebian (4) 35 Top 50 Netherlands
USER35250 (0) 36 Top 50 No Country Set
Rytis Budreika (5) 37 Top 50 Lithuania
pablomatico (0) 38 Top 50 No Country Set
Hertha Rettinger (0) 39 Top 50 Germany
Kias (0) 40 Top 50 No Country Set
Otto Palenicek (1) 41 Top 50 Germany
Rimantas Adomauskas (4) 42 Top 50 Lithuania
USER59562 (0) 43 Top 50 No Country Set
PZOL (3) 44 Top 50 Hungary
Enrico Rebecchi (1) 45 Top 50 Italy
ivan_blanarik (11) 46 Top 50 Slovakia
whab@tele2.at (0) 47 Top 50 Austria
VictorD (4) 48 Top 50 Russia
NickL (2) 49 Top 50 United Kingdom
Joaquin_Gonzalez (11) 50 Top 50 Spain

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