Answered by: Tom Kyte – Last updated: January 24, – am UTC. Category: Database – Version: 10gr1 Ok, so it has been four years since Expert One on One Oracle has been released. Author of this Tip: Thomas Kyte. Tom Kyte. 27 Mar Source code for ‘Expert One-on-One Oracle’ by Thomas Kyte – Apress/exp-one- on-one-oracle. 10 Nov 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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Sandeep Bajwa rated it it was amazing Nov 14, Sikandar Hayat from Pindi Bhattian – Pakistan. Tom Kyte’s book is simply awesome. Hi Tom, I’ll bite.

PS – When will the book be available? Book September 02, – 5: How to ask question, Do I have to be come a member? Just put it in a hard back cover!!! Version 1 is a great 8i reference; don’t keep interrupting the train of pn with asides for 8i.

Plus he tells it like it is.

Second Edition of “Expert One on One Oracle”

I would also like to see your take on how to design database driven applications with object oriented front ends. I would personally like a hard-copy. For an old codger September 13, – Looking forward to the new edition! Count mine as another vote for one single volume. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I wish this would be a one volume with Hard Cover to safe guard it.

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

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Please go multi volume, as mentioned earlier makes it much easier for the first time read while in bed or traveling.

Please keep the book s at the same “expert” level- that is one book I for one have not and most likely never will outgrown yet! Sam September 01, – 4: Multi-volume thpmas interesting, but if you break it into developer stuff and DBA stuff, a lot of developers might just buy the developers reference, and miss out on important info from the other book.

Include softcopy of examples either online or with the book. The salivating is starting. Most serious DBAs and Developers know that purchasing books is the cost of doing business. Topics I would like to see are: The remaining volume would encompass all the other Chapters. BTW, how do you find technical reviewers for your books? I also had the privilege of meeting Tom in person, during an Oracle 9iR2 presentation. How do you leverage both Oracle and whatever front end tool you use?

Expert One-on-One Oracle

Files, memory structures and processes Locking and latching Transactions, concurrency and multi-versioning Tables and Indexes Datatypes Partitioning and parallelism Each feature is taught in a proof-by-example manner, not only discussing what it is, but also how it works, how to implement software using it, and the common pitfalls associated with it.

I think this is a fantastic idea. Hi tom, I would prefere one big book over 3 smaller ones Also I would like it much if there were examples that showed your problem-solving approach more – given a problem, what do you think of trying, what intermediate statements do you try out as you go, what do you discard and what do you end up with If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you.


I have your both books and am going to buy anything you kytw in future. Need Updated revised edition. People like me would like to know about you the way people like to know about hollywood star Tell us about you and your life your biography. Yes, the little ABC icon on the right side of the box I’m typing this in is still there. More technically, If I am only referring to a current partition in the table for specific time, than why I should carry the whole table? Re 3 What would I change from the 1st edition?

Comprehensive and easy to use. I thought I had kept going quite well, but I just cannot keep up these days. More ‘fun with packages’ stuff in the appendix. More Analytics, tuning and lots of real world examples would be great.