Nice list. It is fun to look through them and see ones you have either read or heard about; plus it is a great list to keep for future intrigue. It has been bookmarked!
The first graduate level database course I took used the book Fundamentals of Database Systems (4th Edition) by Elmarsri and Navathe. It is the best database book I have read as it is the conduit to a new world I never fully understand before. After the course, I realized I understood and knew about DBMS and database design. I feel this is essential for any senior level developer or any junior level DBA. Too often I either inherit junky databases or get stuck working with a group that doesn't know the basics of a DBMS and use all of these big terms which they don't fully understand. I will say that I would look for a previous version as this book, used mostly for academia, can get pricy.
I just want to express my gratitude to you because of your wonderful sharing.For a long time,I can not find some books that can really surprise and improve me indeed.Today ,looking up you books list,I find it is very useful.I decide to download the pragmatic books I need and study hard to improve myself.Thanks again and good luck.