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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Hi, Tom A new book will undoubtedly be great. Anyway the idea of having separate volume of SQL specifically is also cool. For me New book is only important be it a single or multi volumeAfterall each sentence written by tom on Oracle is very important.
I heard a lot about you Once you read the book all the way through searching etc become trivial. Two volumes would be great September 01, – 4: Jeff from Atlanta, Ga. Please go multi volume, as mentioned earlier makes it much easier for the first time read while in bed or traveling.
The Bible is done that way and no one really complains about it The best thing about Tom Kyte’s writing is that his examples work! In the way back machine, we see that it was released one week before 9iR1 went production and since then, we’ve had 9ir1, 9ir2 and 10gr1 go out the door.
One Book please September 01, – 5: Robert from Memphis, USA. Pages with related products. I’d like compare first and second edition and look at where is new stuff.
Many times i have found that people continue to use obselete methods during the development. So powerful but I don’t use them enough to get good. Maybe this can be ‘substituted’ by a CD. I like the single volume, but at some point you can’t bind pages and the editors will start to make unpleasant choices. If you were hired to help a client setup their initial database configuration, what would you recommend?
Regarding the quality of books Open Preview See a Problem? I’m also interested to find out more about some of the behaviour of the optimiser. One more opinion September 02, – I really like the way that you show that DBA and developer jobs overlap and its important for people to learn both.
Hi Tom, The previous two books were a bit light on the warehousing side. I read alot of books, so I would buy all the books together. Gary from Sydney, Aus. How about a detailed section on RMAN.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. So I like to have two volumes: Tom, I think you could easily switch to three volumes with all of the information that would be added. I second a previous request for thicker paper. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give tuomas a second life.
Robert from Buenos Aires, Argentina. I need it too.
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A primer on auditing, both system and fine-grained auditing. I am looking forward to buying whatever you write. Barry rated it it was amazing May 04, I would like to see you add more about data modelling.