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SQL, PL/SQL, and Stored Procedures (version 11g)

I am trying to develop strong knowledge in SQL, PL/SQL, and Stored Procedures (version 11g).
Are there any tutorials out there to help me?
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DavidSenior Oracle Database AdministratorCommented:
Hello, and you will get a lot of replies on this.  To transfer knowledge into experience, I hope you will find a way to practice doing the code -- and don't get bogged down in the advanced stuff.  There is probably a book somewhere called "PL/SQL for Dummies", if you need the really basic, easy stuff.

1.  Remember to use the EE knowledge base for articles and past queries, such as "plsql tutorial" shown here: http://www.experts-exchange.com/searchResults.jsp?searchTerms=plsql+tutorial&searchType=10

2.  Along with EE, get connected with the Oracle (free) technical forums.  Subscribe to the PLSQL or other discussion boards, follow some conversation threads, try to work through someone else's code to understand what the code is supposed to do.  http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/index.html

3.  There are of course, professional classes that would love to take your money.  Be advised.

4.  If you live in a metropolitan area, look for local Oracle user groups.  They generally post past presentations on their sites, and offer periodic meetings.  Try www.ioug.org for a search engine.

Let us know if you have specific follow-up needs.  HTH
Naveen KumarProduction Manager / Application Support ManagerCommented:

these 2 urls have a lot of sample code examples for most of the things in pl/sql , sql, oracle etc. So give it a try by searching in the below urls and you will get a handful of good learnings

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