|Test your SQL & PL/SQL - Not your Patience|
Test your SQL & PL/SQL - Not your Patience
Part of the Community Webinar Showcase brought to you by the OUG Ireland Committee
14:00 - 15:00 (BST) | Tuesday 29 September
In this session Jacek will walk you through all aspects of testing for Oracle SQL and PL/SQL code. - Why testing is important - When is the best time to test - What should be tested - How to test - includes live demo - What is Code Coverage and how you can report it using utPLSQL. Throughout the session you will learn about PLSQL and some of it's capabilities. The session will cover important aspects of test automation culture and practices as well as Continuous Integration & Dev-Ops for Oracle Database code.
About the Community Webinar Showcase
This series of webinars is brought to you by the OUG Ireland committee following the postponement of OUG Ireland 2020. They have selected sessions from the agenda from each topic area to ensure you are still getting access to valuable content.
These webinars are designed for Oracle users and professionals around the world to attend and are not limited to the Irish community. No matter where you are, you can register your place today.
Both members and non-members can attend this event.
This event is already included with your membership
Included in your membership
You can attend this event at the non-member rate but membership may be a more cost effective option, find out more here.
Students can attend for free
Jacek Gebal, Fidelity Investments Ireland
Jacek is the owner, maintainer & co-author of utPLSQL v3. He is a software developer since 1998 with primary expertise is development of Oracle PL/SQL and SQL code. He is passionate and obsessed with automation, software testing and responsible software engineering. For over two years, Jacek was an active user and contributor to ruby-plsql and ruby-plsql-spec unit testing framework for PL/SQL. Jacek is advocating for testing as part of database development life-cycle since 2011. He had experiences with several testing frameworks including ruby-plsql-spec, Cucumber, Fitness, utPLSQL v2 & v3 and others.