What image comes to mind when you think of the word "book?"
You may think of a stack of paper pages bundled between two covers, or you may think of a file you download to a tablet or other mobile device, or you may even think of an audio file. Regardless, the process of creating the content that fills pages of a book, paper or digital, requires a great deal of time and, in the case of technical books, a whole lot of technical expertise and experience. The people listed in this blog post have devoted their expertise and lot of time to writing the books listed below. Each of these titles was published (or updated) between January 1st and June 30th of this year. And it's highly likely that you can find any of these titles in a format that suits your reading habits. Read on...
The Method R Guide to Mastering Oracle Trace Data
by Cary Milsap
Look Smarter Than You Are with Oracle Analytics Cloud Standard Edition
by Edward Roske, Tracy McMullen, Glenn Schwartzberg, and Robert Gideon
Oracle High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Cloud Services
by YV Ravi Kumar, Nassyam Basha, KM Krishna Kumar, Bal Mukund Sharma, Konstantin Kerekovski, and Tracy McMullen
The Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE [Second Edition]
by Tony Scalese
Oracle DBA Mentor
by Brian Peasland
Oracle E-Business Suite: the little r12.2.8 upgrade essentials for managers and team members
by Michael Swing