Introduced as part of Oracle 12, Oracle JSON SQL makes it possible to convert the JSON data world of keys and values into the relational data world of columns and rows. At its core, this course teaches you how to use Oracle JSON SQL. You'll learn the key JSON SQL functions that tell you: If the JSON data is valid, if a particular element and/or value exists in the JSON data, how to extract a specific scalar value from JSON data, and how to translate JSON keys and values into relational rows and columns. But this is more than a how-to-use JSON SQL course, it's a refresher course for those who need a solid understanding of the distinctions between the relational data world and the JSON data world, and how SQL can act as a bridge between the two.
In this Beginning Scala Programming training course, expert author Daniel Hinojosa will teach you everything you need to know about methods, classes, functions, and collections in Scala. This course is designed for the absolute beginner, meaning no previous experience with Scala is required. You will start by learning how to create a script and application in Scala, then jump into learning the Scala basics. From there, Daniel will teach you about Scala methods, Scala classes, and objects. This video tutorial also covers the apply method and higher order functions. Finally, you will learn about collection basics and collections with functions. Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will have learned everything you need to know to get started with Scala.
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Presented by security ace David R. Miller, this course covers what you will need to know to pass the CISSP Domain 8 - Software Development Security exam. Domain 8 focuses on the challenges of securing software applications from malicious attack. The course starts with a look at the various types of applications and identifies the risks within their architecture. It goes on to examine the software development life cycle, offering several highly recommended models for enhancing security during the phases of the life cycle and within the applications themselves. Specific risks, countermeasures, and controls are covered along with a description of the testing strategies used to ensure more secure applications.
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