Friday, September 30, 2005

Book Bonanza







I went a little crazy at Amazon.com last weekend.

I ordered these books Saturday and they all came in today. Where to start?

11 comments:

Tim... said...

That 4th book looks a bit dodgy. I'm not sure I would believe what that guy says :)

Jeff Hunter said...

That 4th book looks a bit dodgy. I'm not sure I would believe what that guy says :)
If it were a Rampant book, would you be endorsing it? ;)

Thomas Kyte said...
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Thomas Kyte said...

That's a testament to Oracle.

It takes one Oracle book and three mysql books :)

Peter K said...

Thomas Kyte said...

That's a testament to Oracle.

It takes one Oracle book and three mysql books :)


ROTFL...

I'm still waiting for my copy even though Amazon said that it shipped on the 27th :(

Tim... said...

Jeff Hunter said...

If it were a Rampant book, would you be endorsing it? ;)


You know me Jeff. I stay as far away from politics as I can!

Cheers

Tim...

Tarry said...

Where to start?

I'm missing Steve(Hanky) showing you the way to the good ol' Jack Daniels :-)

Noons said...

where to start?
Take a holiday: you're gonna need it.
LOL!

Timofei Guertsen said...

May I suggest yet another MySQL book? :)

"Pro MySQL"
www.amazon.com/o/ASIN/159059505X/

It has a detailed chapter on MySQL system architecture (available for download from Apress).

Jeff Hunter said...

May I suggest yet another MySQL book? :)
"Pro MySQL"


You're killing me here. I've put it on my wish list for my next bonanza.

RAllo said...

I am still interested to hear what your opinion is on MYSQL now you finished the course. As you bought the books, it must be serious.