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Apress, Mar 22, 2001 - Computers - 723 pages
Oracle is building on its reputation as the most popular and powerful database in the world, establishing itself as a comprehensive platform for the development of enterprise application, with a market lead of more than ten percent over its nearest competitor. With improved security, performance, and support for Java and XML, this dominance is set to continue. Wrox has published a core of books that provide unique insight into how the database works and what it can do, and with the new support for Java, Wrox addresses developers' need to stay completely up-to-date, with Beginning Oracle Java.

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-->John Kauffman--> earned a pair of degrees in the sciences from Pennsylvania State University. He then conducted research for Hershey Foods in the genetics of the cacao tree and the molecular biology of chocolate production. John now divides his freelance consulting time evenly between teaching, writing, and programming, primarily in the areas of Visual Basic, Word macros, Access and Access programming, and ASP. John is available for contract training in Asia, Europe, and North America by contacting

Matsik is the president and senior consultant at Object Oriented Consulting Services in Charlotte, NC.

-->Kevin Spencer--> started programming in C in the early 1990s and wrote a number of shareware programs for DOS, most of which were door programs for BBSs. In the process, he learned to construct relational databases in C, and later worked with Microsoft Visual FoxPro and Access. As Internet database connectivity technologies began to emerge from Microsoft, he learned them as well. He then started his own business, Site Design by TAKempis, which specializes in Internet database application programming with ASP/ADO. Microsoft awarded him with the "Most Valuable Professional" award in 1997. He has written articles about Microsoft FrontPage and ASP/ADO for several online magazines, including ASP Today

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