11 November 2013

Results from the Q3 2013 PL/SQL Championship now available!

You will find below the rankings for the 2013-3 championship; the number next to the player's name is the number of times that player has participated in a championship.

Congratulations first and foremost to our top-ranked players:

1st Place: Michal Cvan of Slovakia

2nd Place: mentzel.iudith of Israel

3rd Place: Janis Baiza of Latvia

We do not see 100% correct on the championship very often. Michal took his time, answered with care...and walked away with the top prize! Iudith was not far off Michal's flawless accuracy, with just one incorrect choice. Janis took a somewhat different approach, cruising through the quizzes in just 14-1/2 minutes and still scoring quite a high level of correctness.

Congratulations to everyone who played in the championship. I hope you found it entertaining, challenging and educational. And for those who were not able to participate in the championship, you can take the quizzes next week through the Practice feature.

Steven Feuerstein

Note: Below the table of results for this championship, you will find another list showing the championship history of each of these players.

Rank Name Country Total Time % Correct Total Score
1Michal Cvan (10)Slovakia31 mins 08 secs100%3127
2mentzel.iudith (12)Israel26 mins 41 secs96%3066
3Janis Baiza (8)Latvia14 mins 28 secs88%3011
4Jeroen Rutte (6)Netherlands21 mins 05 secs88%2878
5Peter Schmidt (5)Germany21 mins 56 secs88%2861
6Ivan Blanarik (7)Slovakia24 mins 50 secs88%2803
7Ingimundur Gudmundsson (2)Norway31 mins 38 secs88%2667
8_tiki_4_ (5)Germany20 mins 13 secs80%2596
9Frank Schmitt (7)Germany20 mins 43 secs80%2586
10Andrey Zaytsev (1)Russia29 mins 03 secs84%2569
11Viacheslav Stepanov (11)Russia30 mins 55 secs84%2532
12Frank Puechl (3)Germany17 mins 37 secs76%2498
13Niels Hecker (13)Germany10 mins 47 secs72%2484
14Pavel Vorontsov (1)Russia16 mins 23 secs72%2372
15james su (7)Canada20 mins 07 secs72%2298
16Tony Winn (4)Australia23 mins 33 secs72%2229
17Siim Kask (12)Estonia24 mins 36 secs72%2208
18Stelios Vlasopoulos (9)Belgium30 mins 48 secs72%2084
19Denis Ivin (1)Russia31 mins 44 secs72%2065
20Tobias Stark (3)Germany32 mins 21 secs72%2053
21Zoltan Fulop (6)Hungary31 mins 49 secs68%1914
22Giedrius Deveikis (4)Lithuania11 mins 31 secs56%1870
23Hamid Talebian (1)Netherlands34 mins 19 secs68%1864
24Thierry Poels (6)Belgium25 mins 55 secs60%1732
25swart260 (6)Netherlands18 mins 49 secs52%1574
26Rakesh Dadhich (4)India16 mins 00 secs48%1480
27Oleksiy Varchyn (1)Norway30 mins 19 secs40%894
28Rich Barnhart (1)United States25 mins 12 secs36%846

Championship Performance History

After each name, the quarter in which he or she played, and the ranking in that championship.
Name History
Michal CvanQ3 2010:22nd, Q4 2010:25th, Q3 2011:21st, Q1 2012:11th, Q3 2012:14th, Q4 2012:14th, Q1 2013:14th, Q2 2013:11th, Q3 2013:1st
mentzel.iudithQ4 2010:4th, Q1 2011:17th, Q2 2011:23rd, Q3 2011:5th, Q4 2011:4th, Q1 2012:7th, Q2 2012:16th, Q3 2012:33rd, Q4 2012:4th, Q1 2013:2nd, Q2 2013:7th, Q3 2013:2nd
Janis BaizaQ2 2010:3rd, Q4 2010:7th, Q3 2011:9th, Q4 2011:1st, Q3 2012:23rd, Q1 2013:4th, Q2 2013:4th, Q3 2013:3rd
Jeroen RutteQ3 2010:19th, Q3 2012:10th, Q4 2012:11th, Q1 2013:8th, Q2 2013:18th, Q3 2013:4th
Peter SchmidtQ3 2010:2nd, Q4 2010:14th, Q3 2012:27th, Q2 2013:5th, Q3 2013:5th
Ivan Blanarik Q1 2012:3rd, Q2 2012:12th, Q3 2012:16th, Q4 2012:24th, Q2 2013:6th, Q3 2013:6th
Ingimundur GudmundssonQ1 2013:25th, Q3 2013:7th
_tiki_4_Q4 2011:26th, Q1 2012:16th, Q2 2012:20th, Q4 2012:8th, Q3 2013:8th
Frank SchmittQ4 2011:22nd, Q2 2012:2nd, Q3 2012:21st, Q4 2012:3rd, Q1 2013:13th, Q2 2013:1st, Q3 2013:9th
Andrey ZaytsevQ3 2013:10th
Viacheslav StepanovQ1 2011:8th, Q2 2011:4th, Q3 2011:13th, Q4 2011:19th, Q1 2012:17th, Q2 2012:9th, Q3 2012:6th, Q4 2012:21st, Q1 2013:18th, Q2 2013:22nd, Q3 2013:11th
Frank PuechlQ3 2012:26th, Q1 2013:15th, Q3 2013:12th
Niels HeckerQ2 2010:2nd, Q3 2010:1st, Q4 2010:15th, Q1 2011:6th, Q3 2011:7th, Q4 2011:10th, Q1 2012:2nd, Q2 2012:3rd, Q3 2012:2nd, Q4 2012:7th, Q1 2013:6th, Q2 2013:3rd, Q3 2013:13th
Pavel VorontsovQ3 2013:14th
james suQ3 2010:56th, Q2 2011:7th, Q3 2011:11th, Q4 2011:14th, Q2 2012:15th, Q1 2013:7th, Q3 2013:15th
Tony WinnQ3 2010:16th, Q2 2013:17th, Q3 2013:16th
Siim KaskQ1 2011:28th, Q2 2011:6th, Q3 2011:10th, Q4 2011:3rd, Q1 2012:8th, Q2 2012:4th, Q3 2012:31st, Q4 2012:10th, Q1 2013:11th, Q2 2013:16th, Q3 2013:17th
Stelios VlasopoulosQ4 2010:37th, Q4 2011:20th, Q1 2012:27th, Q2 2012:30th, Q3 2012:1st, Q4 2012:1st, Q1 2013:27th, Q2 2013:23rd, Q3 2013:18th
Denis IvinQ3 2013:19th
Tobias StarkQ1 2012:32nd, Q3 2012:3rd, Q3 2013:20th
Zoltan FulopQ1 2012:15th, Q2 2012:26th, Q3 2012:22nd, Q4 2012:17th, Q1 2013:22nd, Q3 2013:21st
Giedrius DeveikisQ2 2012:5th, Q3 2012:9th, Q3 2013:22nd
Hamid TalebianQ3 2013:23rd
Thierry PoelsQ3 2011:22nd, Q1 2012:24th, Q1 2013:26th, Q3 2013:24th
swart260Q2 2012:21st, Q3 2012:25th, Q4 2012:25th, Q1 2013:29th, Q2 2013:26th, Q3 2013:25th
Rakesh DadhichQ2 2012:10th, Q1 2013:23rd, Q2 2013:28th, Q3 2013:26th
Oleksiy VarchynQ3 2013:27th
Rich BarnhartQ3 2013:28th

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to all :-D

    In the absence of danes on the list, I notice a couple of norwegians - go Scandinavia \o/

    (Actually quite interesting to note six germans and just one from the homeland of Oracle - has Oracle greater market share in Germany? Well, just curious - it is definitively an international competition ;-)