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The journalist Matthew Symonds gives the reader an exclusive and intimate insight into Oracle and the man who made it and leads it. The book is a comprehensive, detailed collection of Larry Ellison anecdotes and quotes from people around him. Web graphics are programmed using Perl & GNU software in a practical, resource-like approach. This book, Software, is largely hagiography.

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Software | Book by Matthew Symonds, Larry Ellison | Official Publisher

Larry Ellison is one of the most frank, committed and courageous managers in the poker world. He co-founded and managed Oracle, which is the number one enterprise solutions provider. Matthew Symonds gives the reader an explicit and personal look at Oracle and the man who made it and leads it.

Not only does he tell the tale of Oracle's often rough road to industrial domination, he also explores the personal side of Ellison's work. The unrestricted inside approach Ellison grants herself catches Symonds' intense and, some might say, carelessness that has made Ellison a myth. Featuring a new and extended pocket-book issue essays the history behind Oracle's eponymous battle for power over PeopleSoft, Software is the most comprehensive portrayal of the man and his realm - a truly original and compelling report on the way the computer business really works and an exceptional one.

Symonds' approach is obvious......This approach gives the readers a scarce glimpse into Ellison's reason. Symonds' approach is obvious......This approach gives the readers a scarce glimpse into Ellison's reason. Reuters software titan Larry Ellison is preoccupied with writing notes to the most in-depth reports of his oversized life....He also answers and sometimes invites the report of the writer Matthew Symonds -- a turn of events in the lecture that gives the 500-page bio a real-time feeling.

The Financial Times An exceptionally honest survey of how a small start-up - sometimes painful - became an Silicon Valley school. It is BusinessWeek Symphonds that allows the reader into the often tumultuous private lives of 59-year-old Ellison...[and] offers a marvellous picture of an Ellison that is far from being all-business. Foto-Credit: Matthew is currently the current policy writer for The Economist, but before that he was the journal's chief technological and communication writer for almost four years.

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