Suggestions to improve the structure of your PL/SQL code to improve readability and make debugging easier for yourself and other developers.
Several tips on how to improve the efficiency of your code, such as bulk processing records.
Ways to write your code to make it easier to maintain in the future, either in your current project or years later by other developers. Your company will thank you for it.
Many tips on how to design better code, which run faster and are easier to read.
Ben Brumm is the founder of DatabaseStar.com. He has 9+ years of experience in the software industry, and is an Oracle Certified SQL Expert.
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