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, I will give Mankee a ring and we will see if can fit editing the new book in our busy schedules ;- Mo.
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I’ve moved from project to project over the last couple of years and each has had a different set of coding standards if any. If 1 volume was too heavy to carry, 2 would be too cumbersome. Maybe the O’Reilly folks can advise on that. Proliferation of the index on PDF would not hurt book sales and likely help them. Hmmm – you didn’t give yourself a usefulness rating!
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I would also like some examples about “what is a right question to ask” for SQL, something like “give me employee with the top 3 salaries for every department”, fan and chasm design traps, denormalization issues etc.
You could point out what new features, what is to do and not to do.
A reader from USA. Keep the project anecdotes in, add more if you can. Tom Jordan from Germany. I still love the printed word for serious study and casual reading.
You can’t – simply you can’t. In case you care, at my office the chapters we refer to most frequently are 10 and 12, as well as the supplied packages appendices. Hi Tom, yesterday I had bt of these ugly discussions about “database independence”, “business logic in the midtier” etc I’m loving reading Effective, but it is killing me.
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True “Boxed” Set September 07, – 4: September 03, – expertt September 02, – 2: But you’re asking for something different. September 10, – I think one volume is fine. Do this, that, etc. Scott rated it it was ok Jun 20, Taking us through analysis, design, test, and deployment? We have to look into the contents of the Book. Regarding some changes i expect. Expert One-on-One is the first book I reach for no matter what the subject.
The salivating is starting. When I read the first edition it seemd to me that some parts of the book were naturally of more interest to me than others. And, i’ve noticed that even experienced DBAs can’t usually understand them.
Yes, the little ABC icon on the right side of the box I’m typing this in is still there. I am still constantly refer to your book and would love an updated copy. In this case, I don’t think anyone would buy only the part III without the first and the second.
His depth and breadth of understanding is amazing.
Thicker paper please September 13, – 3: I just hate paper books. This book is fun to read! For example I would have welcomed your insight thoms AQ in Expert 1 on 1. For those who want an e-book, I recommend the Oracle technical documentation, which travels on my laptop.