John Petersen, “Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Databases” 
2002 | pages: 325 | ISBN: 078972569X | PDF | 11,7 mb


Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Databases brings the elements of a database together using easy to understand language, perfect for the true beginner. It not only gives specific hands on practice, but also provides an overview of designing, maintaining and using a database. This book covers what databases are used for, why databases are important, why the design of the database is important, database normalization, keys to solid database design, differences in types of databases, and indexes–what they are, how we use them, and why they are important.


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