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You can train yourself with many books and get an advantage over your competitors
by developing a set of skills highly sought throughout the world. Niels Bohr saw an
expert as "a person who has found out by his own painful experience all the mistakes
that one can make in a very narrow field". So why not you? Be an expert!
To that aim, the first reference book I would suggest is "Oracle Database 11g The Complete Reference (Oracle Press)" by Kevin Loney. This internationally recognized Oracle expert was named Consultant of the Year by ORACLE Magazine in 2002. Also be aware that the 12c Oracle version is available here : Oracle Database 12c The Complete Reference (Oracle Press).
In addition to that, let me suggest "OCP Oracle Certified Professional on Oracle 12c Certification Kit" as further reading in order to improve your skills and pass your first level certification.
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