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889,905 quizzes played * 1,133 active players * US$70,072 in prizes awarded

PL/SQL Challenge Player: Scott Wesley       Add to Favorites

Total points: 39859 : 1 : 8 : 53 : 274

About Scott Wesley

Your Technologies

ViewExpertiseUsing Since
Oracle PL/SQLAdvanced2000
Oracle Application ExpressAdvanced2008
Database DesignBeginnerNot Set


Australian Oracle User Group

Personal Websites


Activity History for the PL/SQL Challenge as of 26 January 2015

Total daily quizzes taken38 of 43 given
Total time taking quizzes 50 mins 42 secs
Last played on23 January 2015
Lifetime correctness71.7%
Average time per quiz 01 mins 20 secs
Current quarter's correctness40%
Current month's correctness40%
Last quarter's correctness69.7%
Last month's correctness83.4%
Last week's correctness40%

Ranking History for the PL/SQL Challenge as of 26 January 2015

Lifetime ranking83 of 896
Current quarter's ranking240 of 296
Current month's ranking240 of 296
Last quarter's ranking106 of 404
Last month's ranking152 of 275
Last week's ranking110 of 224


This section lists any awards received playing the PL/SQL Challenge, plus other achievements entered by Scott Wesley.
Playoff Participant in Q4 2013
Top Ranking in Playoff 30 July 2012
Playoff Participant in Q2 2012
Ranked 7th in Q2 2012 Playoff
High Accuracy in Week for 1 June 2012
Best Paper for - "Oracle APEX 4.1 Security" (AUSOUG) - 4 November 2011
Monthly Participation Award for October 2011
Authored quiz played on 19 May 2011
Authored quiz played on 19 April 2011
Authored quiz played on 28 February 2011
Playoff Participant in Q3 2010
Ranked 30th in Q3 2010 Playoff


Ask Tom In my first position out of University I read a few questions every morning. It only took a few minutes but the amount of hints, tips, tricks and general best practice guidelines I learned became so valuable as my experience grew. With the vastness of the Internet that is, it's great having some niche resources on hand that can further your career. I think a few people out there have Tom to thank.
Oracle-BASE I use Tim Hall's website as a general purpose PL/SQL resource every so often. While I love documentation, sometimes I need a trusted 2nd perspective on particular features. Tim's examples are concise and effective, and kept up-to-date across versions. I've also had the pleasure of wining and dining with Tim on his visits to Australia, and it's great to know he's also a great laugh!