Oracle PL/SQL Best Practices Guide: 25+ Best Practices To Improve Your Oracle Development

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A guide to improving your Oracle PL/SQL code and writing better procedures:
  • Faster Code. Find alternative ways to common code that get the same result, only faster.
  • Examples of Each Tip. Explanation of each tip, including examples of using the tip (where relevant), to make it easy to understand and put into practice.
  • Features to Avoid. An explanation of features to avoid in Oracle PL/SQL if you want to improve your queries.

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In the Book, You Will Discover:


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

About the Author: Ben Brumm

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.

25+ Best Practices for Oracle SQL Development

Do you want to improve the quality of your PL/SQL code?

You don't need to spend time debugging your PL/SQL code or anaylsing log files, wondering why it's so slow.

Are you often working on PL/SQL code that is poorly designed and want to improve how it's written?

Do you often work with PL/SQL procedures that are very slow, and want to make them run faster?

Are you wondering what the "industry best practices" are for writing PL/SQL queries?

This guide is a 26-page PDF file that lists over 25 best practices for writing PL/SQL.

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Learning these tips and best practices can save you many hours of work over the course of your career.

These tips can also improve the way that your code runs, both on your project now, and any other project you work on in the future.

Don't let your PL/SQL be inefficient any longer. Get a copy of this guide today. Don't wait any longer.

The sooner you start reading this guide, the sooner your PL/SQL code will improve.

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