PL SQL 1 Hour Intro. Learn Oracle PL/SQL Programming Today!
COMPLETE PL/SQL INTRODUCTORY COURSE Do you want to learn Oracle PL SQL programming? Do you want a promotion, pay-raise or a new job as a PL/SQL programmer? Do you want a quality, step-by-step introduction to plsql programming language without wasting hours and hours on 15+ hour courses? My 1 Hour PL/SQL introductory course is all you need to get started with your PL/SQL programming. The course is a step-by-step introduction to learning PL/SQL programming from scratch. All is taught by an experienced PL/SQL developer with years of practical PL/SQL programming experience. This course will give you a solid theoretical understanding of PL/SQL, as well as the practical knowledge to use it at your job. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN The primary objective of this course is to introduce students to the Oracle plsql programming language and to give them the practical skills to be super productive as a web developer against Oracle databases. In the course you will be introduced to variety of fundamental PL SQL functions like: How to declare and use PL/SQL Variables How to create functions and procedures Use PL/SQL packages to group and contain related objects Handle run time errors using Exceptions And much much more... By the end of the course I will give you practical exercises for you to do to test out your new PL/SQL skills in real time. You will learn everything you need to get started. WHAT IS PL/SQL (AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?) PL/SQL is a block structured language that can contain any number of nested sub-blocks. Pl/SQL stands for "Procedural Language extension of SQL" that is used in Oracle. Although PL/SQL is closely integrated with SQL language, it adds some programming constraints that are not available in SQL. Large software systems are built from modules. A module hides its implementation behind an interface that exposes its functionality. For applications that use an Oracle Database, the database is, of course, one of the modules. The implementation details are the tables and the SQL statements that manipulate them. These are hidden behind a PL/SQL interface. Developers and end-users of applications built this way are happy with their correctness, maintainability, security, and performance. But when developers follow the NoPlsql paradigm, their applications have problems in each of these areas and end-users suffer. If you have good SQL skills and you know PL/SQL well, you can do pretty much anything with an Oracle database, including all types of web service and web development. Throw in some APEX skills and you can be super productive as a web developer against Oracle databases. Oracle is one of the best databases for applications. Most of the corporate world is using it for their applications. Once you are trained in Oracle PL/SQL you can pretty be sure to have a good paying job long term, as your skills will always be in demand. Softwares used (free download) Oracle Database 11g SQL Developer GUARANTEE If within 30 days of buying the course you decide that its not for you, please get a Udemy-backed refund. No questions asked - just press the refund button, and all of your money will be returned to your credit card. ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR CAREER TO THE NEXT LEVEL? Please press the "Take This Course" button and start learning 2 minutes from now! Who is the target audience? Anyone who wants to learn the PL/SQL Programming Language Beginning Oracle SQL developers that wants to further their career Developers that wants a promotion, pay-raise or a new PL/SQL programming job
What you will learn
You will learn all of the fundamentals of PL/SQL programming so that you can do pretty much anything with an Oracle database, including all types of web service and web development. For beginners - I will show you step-by-step what to do and will have relevant test and exercises for you to test your skills No time wasters! The class is condensed to only 1 hour to keep learning simple and help you progress fast! Declare and use PL/SQL Variables Conditionally control code flow (loops, control structures) Use Oracle supplied PL/SQL package to generate screen output Create functions and procedures Use PL/SQL packages to group and contain related objects Handle run time errors using Exceptions Perform Data processing using Cursors Much more...