Good books regarding SQL and PL/SQL are written by Tom/Thomas Kyte and Steven Feuerstein.
Explore these links:
http://asktom.oracle.com/pls/asktom/f?p=100:1:0::NO:RP:: (book is on the right)
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there is one book worth mentioning .Trust me ,read line by line and you will b the masters of shell scripting . The book is Unix by Sumitabha das.
I have read the following ones:
- SQL: Oracle SQL Fundamentals I. Exam Guide. Published by Oracle Press. -> I like it becouse it gives you a great overview and you can find examples and exercises insde.
- PL/SQL: PL/SQL Programming. Author: Michael McLaughlin. Published by Oracle Press -> Structured as the previous one with examples and exercises at the end of each chapter.
- Shell Script: Linux Command line and Shell Scripting. Author: Richar Blumg. Publishcied by Wiley Publishing -> This book is organized in two parts: Linux commands and Shell Script and explains everything clearly. Ideal if you don't have a previous background. I find it a good book :-)
As Hoek sayas, Tom Kyte is the reference for everything related to SQL. It would be interesting that you check his books.
Thanks a lot for ur answers thats really helpful for me
Is it good book for application developers?
Application developers as in ? If you have interaction with unix , then its the best book ever !