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Improving Development Processes for Database Teams
Presented by Dominic Delmolino (OakTable) and Cary Millsap (OakTable, Oracle ACE Director)
Weds 14th November 2012
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The journey of a team-developed database, from initial development to successful deployment to production, involves many stages. Regardless of the specific development methodology employed (ITIL, Scrum, etc.) it is vital that a process is put in place to manage the people involved, their code, and the environments. In the context of an agile approach, getting this right has a huge impact on the continuous delivery of valuable software.
An important part of any process is source code control. For application developers it's unthinkable to work without source control, but database source code control on the other hand is not yet common practice. A project with source control ensures that developers are working in collaboration and on the latest codebase, which leads to faster release cycles and fewer mistakes.
Presented by OakTable members Dominic Delmolino and Cary Millsap, the goal of this webinar is to offer practical advice to help database teams work closer and better together.
A live Q&A session with Dominic and Cary will follow the presentation.
Former founding member of Oracle's System Performance Group, Director of Database Architecture and Development at Network Solutions from 2002-2007 and currently Vice President of Data Architecture and Engineering at Agilex Technologies, member of the OakTable Network.
Oracle ACE Director, president and founder of Method R Corporation, former VP at Oracle Corporation, co-founder of the OakTable Network, Oracle Development Tools User Group "Editor's Choice" 2010 award, Oracle Magazine's 2004 Author of the Year. Expert on All Things Oracle.
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