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Topic: Help to be defined what book to read

Hello!
. I write on PL/SQL two years.
Recently finished reading of the book of Alan Bjuli "It is studied SQL" to renew in storage of knowledge on SQL.
Now I want to take something more profound on ORACLE.
The choice costs between two books:
1. Stephen Fejershtejn "Oracle PL/SQL for professionals".
2. Thomas Kajt and Darl Kun "Oracle for professionals".
Initially thought to take Fejershtejna, but then thought that since I on PL/SQL write 2 years some things of relative coding already from teeth fly away. Another matter that writes Kajt more on architectural singularities of a DB. Kajta can take better to me? As I tend to Kajtu because in 2-3 months certification is planned for level  more, and it seems to me that for preparation on certification, Kajt approaches is better.
In general, advise what to take. I already was absolutely tangled.

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Re: Help to be defined what book to read

IMNO;
Both.  the first.

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Re: Help to be defined what book to read

env wrote:

IMNO;
Both.  the first.

It is clear that both. I these just will simply read 800 pages 2-3 months.
The question is more in what to take the first.
Thanks.

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IMNO wrote:

since I on PL/SQL write 2 years some things of relative coding already from teeth fly away.

PL/SQL Language Reference not on a diagonal it is already jammed to holes?

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Re: Help to be defined what book to read

Elic wrote:

it is passed...
PL/SQL Language Reference not on a diagonal it is already jammed to holes?

I do not state that I know generally all. I spoke more about basic things. That I write the code, almost every day, and here  in any a little  architectural decisions it is possible not every day. For  thanks.

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Re: Help to be defined what book to read

IMNO wrote:

For

Advanced Application Developer's Guide

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Re: Help to be defined what book to read

IMNO wrote:

I on PL/SQL write 2 years

Kajta it made sense to read in the first half a year.
Instead of 1000 + pages of Fejershtejna I would recommend to master in details Doing SQL from PL/SQL: Best and Worst Practices .
It if to consider PL/SQL as glue which unites SQL handling in program units and sometimes it adds.
If specificity of the project is terry PL/SQL  with rare blobs SQL it is a little unusual, at least.

IMNO wrote:

in 2-3 months certification is planned for level

For two years it was already possible to change a job few times to become senior dev at due eagerness and persistence.
And such rates about 30 years  , then , and then already are possible and the cemetery looms on horizon.

IMNO wrote:

  in any it is not enough  architectural decisions it is possible not every day

So it is necessary to show the initiative instead of to wait when offer, raise, etc.
About rapidity of time the previous paragraph see.

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dbms_photoshop wrote:

then , and then already and the cemetery looms on horizon.

, it is easier on turns

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the link beaten

Is not present. And here a hand/head - for certain.