All That's Fit to Print at the Oracle Store

New Books from Oracle Press—Only at Oracle OpenWorld

By Michael Kure

Riddle me this, Batman! Where can you find all that is fit to print on Oracle Database 12c, big data, cloud storage, BI, MySQL, Java WebSocket, PeopleSoft People Tools, and more, all in one location?  At the Oracle Store, of course.

The small store, tucked away in the east bridge of the Moscone South lobby, is somewhat Batcave-ish in its new location, but well-stocked with softcover technical reference books from Oracle Press.  

Among its catalog of titles, Oracle Press is debuting a handful of new books at this year’s conference. You can be among the first to buy and read Oracle Database 12c: The Complete Reference by Bob Bryla—not available anywhere else—or Oracle Big Data Handbook by Brian Macdonald, which is already flying off the store shelves.

Hot off the press is Hudson Continuous Integration in Practice by Winston Prakash. Also making their conference debut is Java WebSocket Programming by Danny Coward and MySQL Workbench by Michael McLaughlin.

Apart from these new releases, if you're looking for current titles, fret not. Popular titles such as Mark Rittman’s Oracle Business Intelligence 11g Developer’s Guide and PeopleSoft Developer’s Guide for PeopleTools and PeopleCode by Judi Dolittle are readily available. 

By the way, if you would like to meet the authors of some of these books, come on down to the Oracle Store for a book signing on Thursday at 1 p.m.

And if that isn’t enough to convert you into a bookworm, you can enter to win five Oracle Press books of your choice and two Oracle Press Teddy Bears! I only wish they had a Bat Signal out front to draw attention to their store and the impressive inventory of books.

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