Answered by: Tom Kyte – Last updated: January 24, – am UTC. Category: Database Ok, so it has been four years since Expert One on One Oracle has been released. Author of this Tip: Thomas Kyte. Tom Kyte. Source code for ‘Expert One-on-One Oracle’ by Thomas Kyte – Apress/exp-one- on-one-oracle. 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.
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I would like to see the backward compatible info stay there, too. No matter how ‘techy’ we are as a community, we all need a good laugh every now and then I have your both books and am going to buy anything you write in future.
Second Edition of “Expert One on One Oracle”
Eexpert mean, let’s face it this isn’t the Encyclopedia Britannica, it’s a tech ref. We will not hire database developers on my project who are not also strong DBAs.
And maybe som Larry Ellison stories No trivia or quizzes yet. But then again, I have not seen an Oracle book that does. How about some case studies of successful projects? File layout best practices: Hi Tom, I would prefer one volume but I will buy all two or three if that will be your choice. If you do decide to have a multi-volume set, it would be good to actually make it have a nice container in which all would be housed.
This size is suitable. Kyte, however, has been working with Oracle since version 5.
Tom Jordan from Germany. How do you leverage both Oracle and whatever front end tool you use? Yes, the little ABC icon on the right side of the box I’m typing this in is still there.
My eyes were blurried many times from the text on the next page bleeding thru. You find out the most interesting stuff that way. Lets not be fussy about the weight.
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Web Development September 03, – 8: The rest of the book is for us hands-on folks Hello Tom, 1 It is true that the book is rather heavy too heavy to carry aroundI only keep it in my cabinet at work.
It will be great if both 9i and 10g can be covered. What you want to avoid is releasing your ‘Updated for 10g’ book just as Oracle release 10gR2 or whatever they might call it. September 10, – 8: Please consider multiple volumes in a set. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. I would like to suggest thinner and lighter paper. Is it feasible to have both options, little paperbacks or one big book, so that everyone can be happy?
I would buy three volumes in a set, oe separated.
I just have to carry it from my bookshelf to my desk, all of 2 meters: Hmmmm, could you link your index and web content together so we could search on topics and get book page pointers and web topics at asktom? If I want something on paper, I’ll print it. Shamim Bhuiyan rated it it was expwrt Jul 02, Hi Tom, I got your two books yesterday and I did a “outlook” overview.
Do whatever it takes September 02, – 9: And, it is nearly impossible to find info on how you should ob recoveries other than just saying, “practice recoveries. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. Tom, Eagrly awaiting your new book. Paperbackpages.
Looking forward to it Lou from new york. Tom, I agree with previous comment that it would be great if you can include more web development topics. One more opinion September 02, – Thanks, and looking forward to it. Or is this referring to a different book?
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A sql developers workbook sort of. Steve Gillis from Vallejo, Ca. I would also like to see your take on how to design database driven applications with object oriented oraclw ends. The design decisions for a database will determine how it performs and scales. I love to read Expert One On One in the bus. Alexander Lipskikh rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Of course, size matters AQ integration with other systems When will the new book be available?
We need a chapter full of arguments against putting the lyte logic out of the database, and about the database independence myth. Thanks for all your help!