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Samuel Nitsche

Curiosity-driven software-developer, database geek, always willing to learn. Compassionate coding advocate, father, husband, 10x underpants. We don't need more rockstars, we need more mentors.

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Software Developer at Smart Enterprise Solutions GmbH

How to get started with WordPress Theme development

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"But that worked yesterday!" or, why you should test with utPLSQL

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OGB Appreciation Day: Explore a utPLSQL test scenario with “force-manual-rollback”

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Embracing a mentality of prediction – evaluation – exploration

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Concatenate a List of Strings in PL/SQL

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PL/SQL Object Types: putting the Structure into the Force Powers Table

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Structure Force Powers with PL/SQL Object Types

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Narrate Star Wars Movies with utPLSQL annotations

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More Pitfalls of the MINUS comparison

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Testing the Deathstar security with utPLSQL contexts

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Improving Tech with Compassionate Coding

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Updating a Table with the Values of a Different One

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Pitfalls of the MINUS-comparison

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WordPress, ads and Yak Shaving

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#100CodeExamples – Test updatable views with utPLSQL Cursors

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#100CodeExamples – Constants in PL/SQL and SQL

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#100CodeExamples – Only one active protocol

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#100CodeExamples – Use the force to replace objects

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#100CodeExamples – utPLSQL Cursor Comparison with user-defined Types

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#100CodeExamples – PL/SQL Objects: Basics of force-sensitive beings

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#100CodeExamples – PL/SQL BOOLEAN to INT

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#100CodeExamples – SYSDATE vs. CURRENT_DATE

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#100CodeExamples – utPLSQL’s Suite Hierarchy in action

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#100CodeExamples – Dynamic values in a String: UTL_LMS

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#100CodeExamples – Unit-Tests for Primary/Secondary Lookup with Cursor Comparison

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#100CodeExamples – A challenge to learn and teach: Primary/Secondary Lookup

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BeckDesignRules for Database Developers: Reveals intention – Naming

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BeckDesignRules for Database Developers Part 1: Passes the tests

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“You’re a panelist for 2018 CodeTalk Series” – about the struggles of giving a live presentation in a foreign language

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Are you sure about what you know?

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“One does not simply update a database” – migration based database development

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Strongholds of confidence: self-testing your database

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There is no clean (database) development without Version Control

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