This workshop enables developers to use SQL as a first class language in their applications. Due to the historic divide between database and programming skills the majority of SQL written by developers suffers from at least one of the following problems:
All of these issues can be fixed by encouraging developers to treat SQL with as much respect as their normal code, educating them about performance implications and informing them about new features available in commercial and open source databases. This masterclass achieves these three goals.
DAY 1 - SQL Functionality
DAY 2 - SQL Performance
You will need your own laptop. Setup instructions will be provided.
This is a 2-day workshop delivered using the Oracle and PostgreSQL databases. Attendees should be experienced at writing SQL queries.
Normal price 1'600.- Earlybird and JUG.ch members pay 1'350.-
Lukas Eder Lukas Eder is the founder and manager of Data Geekery, which is based in Zurich. He is fascinated by the interaction between Java and SQL. He gained most of his experience in the swiss e-banking sector, mostly with JDBC, Hibernate, JOOQ and Oracle. He shares his knowledge as a Java Champion at different conferences, JUGs, in-house presentations, workshops and on his blog. Twitter: https://twitter.com/lukaseder