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NYOUG (New York Oracle User Group) was formed in 1984 for the exchange of ideas, assistance and support among users. We currently have 1000+ users nationally. Our home base is New York.

NYOUG is a group focused on providing industry leading speakers regarding database management (Oracle, Hadoop, MYSQL, etc), application development, mid-tier.

Upcoming events (2)

Webinar: Introducing a new supply chain hub for EBS inventory supply planners

This session will provide EBS Inventory supply planners with education and training on a modern, fast, and easy to use planning hub. This tool provides a fingertip supply control planners hub with drill-down capability, together with rapid mass volume exports on every Oracle entity. You must register here: https://www.enginatics.com/event/nyoug-webinar-new-supply-chain-hub-for-oracle-ebs/?utm_source=email-marketing&utm_medium=nyoug&utm_campaign=webinar-nyoug Bio: Glen Whelan is an internationally known EBS Supply Chain specialist with two decades of experience working on EBS implementation projects across various industries around the globe. His experience with the inflexibility of supply chain solutions inspired him to join Enginatics and promote Blitz Report™

Webinar: New(er) Features of Oracle PL/SQL

Online event

New(er) Features of Oracle PL/SQL Since Oracle Database 12c, a very nice and highly varied set of features have been added to the PL/SQL language. Given the pressure on developers' time and attention, it can be hard to keep with these new features, especially given how robust PL/SQL has been for years, and how stable are the applications built with it. This presentation makes attendees aware of new possibilities for PL/SQL development, with benefits ranging from runtime performance improvements to improved coding productivity. Steven will cover the following: 18c Qualified expressions for collections and records; PL/Scope now includes SQL statements in its analysis; Whitelisting with the ACCESSIBLE_BY Clause; More PL/SQL-Only Data Types Cross PL/SQL-to-SQL Interface; Optimizing Function Execution in SQL; The UTL_CALL_STACK Package; Privileges/Access Management for Program Units; Static Expressions In Place of Literals; Marking elements for deprecation.

Past events (18)

The Power of DBaaS for Oracle with Nutanix

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