Kscope13 Presentations

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Getting Started with Oracle and .NET
Christian Shay , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 2, 9:45 am - 10:45 am
Topic: .NET - Subtopic: .Net

This beginner-level session introduces Oracle's offerings for .NET programmers, including Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET), Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio, Oracle Providers for ASP.NET, and .NET stored procedures. Step-by step-demos illustrate how to get started with developing Oracle Database .NET applications by using each of these free products. New and upcoming .NET features, including fully managed ODP.NET, Microsoft Entity Framework features, Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 support, and schema compare tools are also described briefly in the session.

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Hands-On Training: Building .NET Applications with Oracle
Christian Shay , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 24, 2013, Session 3, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Topic: .NET - Subtopic: Hands-on Training

In this session, try the latest features of Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET) and Oracle Database's tight integration with Visual Studio. Step-by-step labs include several topics: * LINQ, Entity Framework, WCF Data Services, and Open Data Protocol (OData) * Fully managed ODP.NET * The integrated PL/SQL debugger in Visual Studio * ASP.NET web application development * Using Oracle Performance Analyzer and Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio's SQL Tuning Advisor feature in Visual Studio * ODP.NET best practices for performance * Using ODP.NET with Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database * Many others Pick whichever topic interests you---work at your own pace. Lessons cover all experience levels, for attendees new to .NET and Oracle, as well as experienced users.

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What's New with .NET and Oracle Database 12c Overview
Christian Shay , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 14, 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm
Topic: .NET - Subtopic: .Net

This session discusses recent and upcoming .NET and Visual Studio features for Oracle Database. One of the major recent features is the 100% managed ODP.NET, which greatly eases data provider deployment and management. A second major feature is Oracle schema comparison tools within Visual Studio to simplify database schema evolution. These topics are discussed, as well as the following to provide an overview of the latest in Oracle and .NET development: Pluggable Databases, Entity Framework, .NET application high availability, and ease of development features, such as larger VARCHAR2, implicit REF Cursors, and ODP.NET Booleans.

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PL/SQL Programming for .NET Developers: Tips, Tricks, and Debugging
Christian Shay , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 15, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Topic: .NET - Subtopic: .Net

.NET and Oracle programmers frequently work with PL/SQL, whether that means setting up a call to a stored procedure from a .NET program, executing a PL/SQL anonymous block, or writing and debugging the PL/SQL stored procedure code. In this session, we'll look at leveraging PL/SQL from the point of view of a .NET developer and will provide in-depth tips about how to configure and use the tightly integrated PL/SQL debugger in Visual Studio. We will also introduce the new Visual Studio Schema Compare tool and show how this new feature, along with automatic SQL script generation and source control integration assists in the Oracle database development lifecycle.

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Oracle and .NET: Best Practices for Performance and Deployment
Christian Shay , Oracle Corporation
When: Jun 26, 2013, Session 16, 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Topic: .NET - Subtopic: .Net

This session explores coding best practices and demonstrates how to use Visual Studio tuning tools for achieving faster data access performance with ODP.NET. It examines techniques for optimizing connection pooling, statement caching, data fetching and updating, statement batching, and Oracle datatype usage. Furthermore, it demonstrates tuning tools included with Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio, such as Oracle Performance Analyzer, which monitors the running application, highlights performance problems, and offers specific recommendations. Finally, the session discusses best practices for ODP.NET and Oracle client deployment to your mid-tier servers or clients.

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