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UTOUG Deep Dives - 12c New Features for Developers

  • 31 Aug 2017
  • 12:45 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Intermountain Medical Center - Doty Education Center, 5131 Cottonwood Street, Murray, Utah
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Session Title: 12c New Features for Developers

Presenter: John King

Organization: King Training Resources

Session Date: August 31st

Session Time: 12:45pm - 5pm - Lunch will be served at noon


Session Abstract: 

Attendees are introduced to new and improved features of Oracle 12c directly impacting application development. Special emphasis is given to features that reduce development time, make development simpler, improve performance, or speed deployment. Specific topics include: IDENTITY columns, improved SEQUENCEs, INVISIBLE columns, improved defaults, JSON enablement, APPROX_COUNT_DISTINCT function, security enhancements, PL/SQL interoperability improvements, outer-join improvements, other SQL improvements, and Edition Based Redefinition (EBR) improvements. An overview of Oracle 12c Multitenant Features (“Pluggable” databases; CDB &PDB) and In-memory Database are included. Several exciting new 12.2 features will be demonstrated too. Attendees who bring internet-connected laptops may choose to participate in several hand-on labs during the session.



Speaker Bio:

John Jay King is partner in King Training Resources tailoring and conducting training to developers in many industries (www.kingtraining.com). John customizes and presents courses in various topics including Oracle, Java, JavaScript, IoT, Web Services, User Experience (UX), SQL, PL/SQL, APEX, MAF, and ADF. John is an Oracle ACE Director and a member of the Oak Table Network who presents frequently at conferences worldwide including Oracle Open World, and Rocky Mountain Oracle Users Group.



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