Tech Series met Gerald Venzl: Oracle Database for the DevelopersGepubliceerd: Auteur: Team Communication Categorie: Nieuwsblog
We organiseren een nieuwe reeks live webinars: Qualogy’s Tech Series. Met wekelijks een live webinar van een tech-expert. De presentaties zijn via Zoom te volgen en starten om 16.00 uur. Gerald Venzl trapt 12 januari af met zijn presentatie ‘Oracle Database for the Developers’.
Let op: de presentatie van Gerald is in het Engels.
Yes, we all heard it a million times, Oracle Database is the #1 database on the market. But too often it is only talked about what operational benefits Oracle Database offers and rarely about what goodies Oracle Database brings for the developers – and that often entirely for FREE. Whether that’s cutting-edge SQL functionality or just easy means to provision and use an Oracle Database, let’s talk about how Oracle Database fits into modern development methodologies and environments, of things that you already long have but never knew about and of course what’s coming next.
This will be an interactive session with the chance to ask one of the leading Oracle Database Product Managers where the journey will continue for Oracle Database and the developers building great new systems with it!
About Gerald Venzl
Gerald is a Distinguished Product Manager for Oracle. During his career, Gerald has worked as a Developer, DBA, Performance Tuner, Software Architect, Consultant and Enterprise Architect prior to his current role, while still being active as a developer in his free time and on open source projects.
This allowed Gerald to live several different lives in the IT sector, providing him with a solid understanding of the concerns in these individual areas while gaining a holistic view overall. In his current role Gerald is responsible for improving the developer experience of the Oracle Database and the Oracle Cloud. Besides that, Gerald focuses on advocating how to build systems that provide flexibility yet still meet the needs of the users. He is also a member of the ISO SQL Standard committee.
Connect with Gerald via his blog, Twitter, LinkedIn or GitHub.