In order to successfully pass an interview at a firm where I really want to get, I need to brush up on SQL. Specifically — Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.
Advise the literature on this topic. The current state of knowledge — can write a simple query. No depth.
Thanks for the replies.
millie_Hagenes answered on October 10th 19 at 12:31
You can throw off a set of slides which he studied and starting the database HR.
Well, 6 laboratoric to them.
Adrian51 answered on October 10th 19 at 12:33
The Oracle in the first place, I decided to read Tom Kite. Many of his books have been translated into Russian language. There is here such resource: asktom.oracle.com
Janice_Sauer53 answered on October 10th 19 at 12:35
In addition to T. Kite, you can still read "Oracle PL/SQL for professionals" by S. Feuerstein and B. Arrived.
And if you want then to produce a powerful pumping of narrow themed Oracle skills Google books from Oracle Press. However in the Russian language is not the first freshness, but still.
claudia_Lehn answered on October 10th 19 at 12:37
know how to write in pure sql — find jobs
marlene.Stehr answered on October 10th 19 at 12:39
In SQL, if the level is not really zero, I can recommend Anthony Molinaro "SQL. A collection of recipes".
Only work with this book, need to seriously, not on the bus to read, and to take and rewrite the code in the job, even if it is not clear, then "play" with the request to understand how it works.
Not awake to write queries - no more reading won't help.