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A Simple Chapter from the "Cost-Based Oracle Fundamentals" is available for download


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A simple chapter from the Jonathan Lewis's book is available for download at this address: Chapter 05: The Clustering Factor

The book will be available for shipping in 5th of November at Amazon online bookstore: Cost-Based Oracle Fundamentals

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2 Responses to “A Simple Chapter from the "Cost-Based Oracle Fundamentals" is available for download”

  1. Blogger Robert Vollman 
    Thanks, I love sample chapters. I find them really helpful in deciding if I want to buy a book.

    Here is a sample chapter from Connor McDonald's book Mastering PL/SQL:
    http://www.oracle.com/technology/books/pdfs/sample2174ch2.pdf

    And here is one from Cary Millsap's book on SQL Trace Data:
    http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/network/excerpt/optimizing_oracle_chap12/index.html
  2. Blogger Tarry 
    Rado,

    Why aren't you blogging anymore? Busy with some project?

    Cheers

    Tarry

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