Python Programming with Oracle Database
(Kindle Edition)

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Ray Terrill's Python Programming with Oracle Database is a detailed exploration of the ways in which the Python programming language can be used to interact with the Oracle Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). As evidenced by the table of contents, the book covers the broad spectrum of Python/Oracle interactions, including standard SQL, PL/SQL, connecting as a SYSDBA user, and object-oriented database interactions. The book also takes time to provide primer sections for both the Python programming language and the Oracle Database, in the hopes of facilitating an easier learning experience for beginners to either discipline. This book provides information and examples not available in any other Python book. The examples are detailed enough to provide a solid understanding of the topics they're meant to reinforce, while being explained in thorough detail to ensure comprehension of key concepts. There is little doubt that the book will quickly pay for itself, as the reader stands to add valuable skills to their technical arsenal through the material covered throughout in each of the chapters. Topics covered in the book: Installation of Python/Required Software Modules; Python Introduction; Oracle Introduction; Using SQL with Python to Interact with Oracle; Performing DBA Tasks with the Oracle Database Using Python; Using PL/SQL with Python; Using an Object-Relational Mapper to Connect Python and Oracle.

AuthorRay Terrill
BindingKindle Edition
Edition1st Edition
EISBN9781608300136
FormatKindle eBook
LanguageEnglish
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages176
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2014-12-24
PublisherChampion Writers
Release Date2014-12-24
StudioChampion Writers
Sales Rank71820

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