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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Expert One-on-One Oracle (The Expert's Choice).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Thomas Kyte(Author)

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* A proven best-seller by the most recognized Oracle expert in the world.

* The best Oracle book ever written. It defines what Oracle really is, and why it is so powerful.

* Inspired by the thousands of questions Tom has answered on his http://asktom.oracle.com site. It tackles the problems that developers and DBAs struggle with every day.

* Provides everything you need to know to program correctly with the database and exploit its feature-set effectively.

In Expert One-on-One: Oracle Thomas Kyte expounds his philosophy of database application development based on the premise that successful development requires a sound knowledge of the database and its internal workings--that the database cannot be treated merely as a black box to and from which data is passed. Equally, that a development project lacking this knowledge will inevitably fail, particularly when attempts are made to scale the resultant application to large scale multiple concurrent use.

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Book details

  • PDF | 1328 pages
  • Thomas Kyte(Author)
  • Apress; 1st ed. edition (1 May 2005)
  • English
  • 10
  • Computing & Internet

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  • By Graeme Barnett on 26 March 2002

    This is the best book I've purchased so far.I've a total of 9 oracle books on my book shelf and this is by far the best.It is the way it is so well written; almost narratively. He gives details of the particular subject and interjects with the way it should 'really' be done. Oracle has so many different ways of doing the same thing and he points out the best ways.There is also alot of technical information squeezed into a mere 1200 odd pages.Even with limited Oracle knowledge this is the best introduction you could get if you've a few years general database experience already.Read it and then read it again!!!

  • By Alberto Dell'era on 16 May 2003

    I have just to say that i 100% agree with all the five-stars reviews on this book - since they have dissected the book from every possible perspective, I have only to add that this is by far the best book on Oracle that I own - and I own 15+ of them.This book and Jonathan Lewis' "Practical Oracle 8i" are the only books that I carry with me every day when I commute to work, even if their combined weight is more than 2.7 kg and I'm probably the physically-laziest human on the planet. But their helping me in shading light on some Oracle feature in minutes in countless occasions is invaluable - not to mention that they *explain* how Oracle works, which is something that any serious Oracle professional will surely appreciate, and that separates both books from the crowd.

  • By Mr. R. Willett on 28 December 2001

    Just buy this. It is a truly expert book written in an easy to read style. Kyte's insight into Oracle is remarkable, and I picked up tips just from reading the first few chapters. This is a hands on book, I recommend you sit down, log in to Oracle, and learn.

  • By anthony@aandlquinn.fsnet.co.uk on 27 November 2001

    I'm about to dump all the other Oracle books I have bought over the years into the nearest skip.This fantastic book is really the only one I will ever need,(well this and Jonathan Lewis's - who recommended the book to me in the first place.)How do I export/import to a compressed file in unix?How do I implement an audit of selected sensitive data? This book tells you how, and much more.

  • By M. Numan on 16 May 2003

    This is definitely a must-have even if you are only considering programming in Oracle. The book covers the most fundamentals aspects of programming for the Oracle database and Tom Kyte is using a very accessible style with lots of code to support his approach and demonstrate the Oracle features in a simple way.Throw out most of your other books (except for the O'Reilly books) on Oracle if you need any shelf space ... and buy this one !!


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