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November 10

16:00 UTC   Start Times Around the World

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Tips for Analyzing PL/SQL Code
How do you deal with PL/SQL code maintenance and code analysis ? An effective code management strategy emphasizes code tracing, profiling, testing and reporting. In this session, Shashank Bark returns to offer best practices and useful techniques to analyze PL/SQL code using various data dictionary views, initialization parameters, and built-in packages.

1. Tracking exceptions in PL/SQL code
2. Tracing and generating reports on PL/SQL source code using DBMS_METADATA package
3. PL/Scope toola
4. Getting the most out of DBMS_UTILITY.FORMAT_CALL_STACK

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Your Experts

Shashank Barki
Shashank Barki, Senior Principal Data Engineer    
Shashank is a Senior Principal Data Engineer at Manhattan Associates. He has 13 years experience as a developer, cloud architect and data analyst. In each of his jobs, he has promoted the use of PL/SQL to improve the performance, security and maintainability of their applications.
Steven Feuerstein
Steven Feuerstein, Developer Advocate for PL/SQL    
Steven Feuerstein leads a team of Developer Advocate at Oracle Corporation, and is obsessed with the Oracle PL/SQL language, having written ten books on it (all published by O'Reilly Media). He's published over 1400 quizzes on PL/SQL at the Oracle Dev Gym.