Looking For Help With PL/SQL?

Have you ever been stuck trying to find answers to your Oracle PL/SQL questions?

Have you ever scoured books, magazines, the internet and asked everyone you know and still not been able to find the answers?

If so, you're not alone. Most developers can spend up to half their day just looking for answers!

This site then is for you.

It's full of tips, tricks, examples, short cuts and tutorials to help you learn PL/SQL, expand your knowledge and boost your career.

In fact we've put together a veritable encyclopedia of information for you to help you build, enhance and fix your applications.

Not to mention links to other sites offering information, technical support, tutorials, exam prep kits, on-line training, books and everything else for PL/SQL.

So explore the site, follow the tutorials, dissect the examples and if you're still stuck ask us!

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