The topmost requested Oracle-related books of 2023

January 24, 2024 | 2 minute read
Lisa Goldstein
Director, Oracle Publishers Program
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As we start a new year, it's a great time to refresh skills and expand your knowledge. In the world of technology, change is constant and books provide a means to stay abreast of emerging trends plus keep updated on existing products. To help you hone in on the best resources, we asked the member publishers of the Oracle Publishers Program to provide their lists of topmost requested Oracle-related books of 2023.

Here are the top choices from our publishers:

Manning

Amongst their wide array of technology books, Manning has advanced-level Java titles.

Manning titles are available at: https://www.manning.com/

No Starch Press

No Starch Press gives developers tools for learning about emerging and growing technology.

No Starch Press titles are available at: https://nostarch.com/

O’Reilly

Java continues to be a strong topic of expertise for O’Reilly, especially as a resource for those learning Java.

  • Head First Java, 3rd Edition 
  • Learning Java, 6th Edition
  • Java in a Nutshell, 8th Edition

O’Reilly titles are available on the subscription-based O’Reilly learning platform and via the O’Reilly site on Amazon.com.

Packt

Packt publishes on a wide variety of technology topics, with a focus on cloud computing.

Packt titles are available at: https://www.packtpub.com/

Pearson/Oracle Press

Pearson has a classic backlist of Java titles as well as a growing catalog of content on cutting-edge Oracle products. Since 2021, Pearson’s Oracle-related titles have been published under the Oracle Press imprint.

Find these titles and more at Oracle Press Books: https://www.informit.com/promotions/oracle-press-books-ebooks-142341 

Wiley

Wiley’s Java 8 certification preparation guides are a long-time best sellers.

Wiley titles are available at: https://www.wiley.com/en-us

Jumpstart 2024 by adding to your skillset -- and to your bookcase!

Lisa Goldstein

Director, Oracle Publishers Program


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