EXPERT ONE ON ONE ORACLE BY THOMAS KYTE PDF

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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Expert One-on-One:Oracle by Thomas Kyte (Wrox) (Books forum at Coderanch)

I have to struggle with it on my own for awhile first and a workbook style book would challenge the inner-Tom wannabe in all of us to solve the puzzles you have over time, with the approaches you have taught us. Thanks for all your useful stuff Peter. Tom Jordan from Germany. To see what your friends thought of ohe book, please sign up. Scott rated it it was ok Jun 20, The current book is like coming straight out of a word processor.

Each subject contains gems of insight that had escaped me for some years now. I would also like to see your take on how to design database driven applications with object oriented front ends.

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Just the basic, in terms of the optimiser defaults and how it all works. I come from ior times and 5. 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.

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For example I would have welcomed your insight on AQ in Expert 1 on 1. Dev Madeka from India.

The number of databases out there [including ones connected to the internet] with default passwords for various users is scary, and nowhere can I find a simple checklist for all the things you need to do to make sure the database is secure from hacking and d.

New Book September 13, – 7: Maybe a price break if we buy them all at once would discourage cherry-picking of the volumes.

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What would be awesomely powerful is a very, very detailed index that you provide as a PDF or on-line. Hi Tom, That’s great.

bu How about a detailed section on RMAN. You will also get alot of material to write a sql book as so many people have asked for Thanks Scott. Basically what I mean is to use a style that’ll teach us how you think – as we could all benefit from trying to emulate your brain-patterns: If you decide to partition the book make sure there is a global index, if not both global and local.

A volume just for SQL September 02, – 1: I also had the privilege of meeting Tom in person, during an Oracle 9iR2 presentation. It makes it easier when you make references to something on other chapters. September 01, – 8: Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. We are so eager to buy your book, coz we love you somuch!!!

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Bill from Montpelier, VT. People share books so they can share CDs, provided there’s some sort of security on the CD to prevent it from being copied, I’m not an expert in that area so I’ve no idea. On rare occassions when I find my myself not in the best frame of mind and come here looking for help or answers I will burst out in a laugh when I read a comment from Tom to a reader’s question Amol from BangaloreIndia.

Thanks for all the support.

I love effective Oracle by design, but wish it were a little smaller. September 15, – 8: I always thought it would be neat for one of these books to include a chapter on interviewing for an Oracle DBA job. I don’t call “Expert one-on-one Oracle” the “Bible” just because it’s a definative reference. Is there any other technical author who can generate such enthusiasm on announcing a book?

Now, ny you were to separate it out according to broad areas, like one book for SQL ONLY, and another for architecture and another for Oracle-supplied packages, then that might be worth the separation.

Perhaps with Jonathan Lewis as a co-author!