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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Not For Beginners 8 juin 2015
Par W. Gorga - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Clocking in at well over 1000 pages, Oracle PL/SQL Programming is almost mind-numbing in scope. The all-encompassing knowledge presented is the most impressive I've ever seen in a technical book.

However, after 400+ pages in, I realized I really wasn't learning PL/SQL. I was reading a lot and trying to digest as much as I could, but actual information retention was not happening. When I bough the book, I was looking for a similar resource as when I became certified in Oracle SQL: a guide to teach me via a sample schema which would allow me to code at an increasingly sophisticated level. Learn the basics, practice, and become confident enough to develop more complex queries is the way I need to learn.

One issue that became increasingly frustrating for me was the use of concepts in sample code before a novice like myself even understands the concept. Core PL/SQL features such as packages, procedures, and triggers are not even covered until more than halfway through the book. However, features such as PL/SQL blocks, records, and collections are explained via sample code using procedures, packages, and triggers. Therefore, I'm trying to understand how code works regarding a concept which has not yet been explained nor whose syntax do I understand.

Judging by its reputation, this is a much beloved reference guide and I am sure one that I will come to appreciate once I have an understanding of the PL/SQL language. However, there are better books, IMO, for learning programming concepts without feeling overwhelmed.
4 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I've had one of these since the beginning and I'm not disappointed now either. 20 avril 2014
Par Mr. Mark S. Jones - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been working with Oracle for over 20 years now and wherever I go, I have the Oracle Technical Reference and this book at least - these are like tools a car technician would have in their own car at all times.

The biggest problem I see people have with this book is trying to use it for reference and it's not really designed that way. The way the book is arranged, each topic starts with code snippets that improve as you work through them until at the end you see everything complete and I've discovered this is an awesome way to truly grok the use of the concept. Then once I've done that it's great for reference later because I can see not only how it's supposed to work, but how it evolved to work that way.

Once you get used to what the book is actually doing, you'll probably find out you want the book around all the time too.
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Excellent book with great examples 7 décembre 2014
Par Douglas Marquardson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Excellent book with great examples. It covers just abut everthing in detail. However what I would like to see is some exercises that would allow you to test what you have learned. These exercises could also be in a companion book since this book is already so large.
Easy to understand and read 27 août 2015
Par Roberto Carvajal - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Easy to understand and read, the examples shown in the book are easy to follow and provide a clear understanding of the language. The Digital version is very practical, since the book contains more then 1,000 pages, the Kindle version is a very convenient way to have when traveling very often
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This book is THE book for PL/SQL 20 novembre 2014
Par Richard L. Rankin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Steve is "the man" for PL/SQL. He finds ways to do things that the language designers never dreamt of. For over 20 years I have been buying every new edition of this book. It keeps me up-to-date with language, surprises me with new techniques and is in that shelf of a dozen books you have at hand if you work with PL/SQL. My brother did a career change a few years back and I gave him a copy the current version of this book. Within 6 months he was considered a PL/SQL ace on the job. If you are learning PL/SQL or a beginner to Oracle PL/SQL, you cannot afford not to have this book. If you run into him at OpenWorld, he will answer your questions and help you on your way. He is also a good person as I deduced from the examples in one of his other books.
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