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  • David Kroenke is an amazing author of technical computer books, and this title is no exception
  • My only previous experience was with playing around in Microsoft Access, and now I'm running a dynamic PHP website with a MySQL backbone

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      David Kroenke is an amazing author of technical computer books, and this title is no exception. In “Database Processing: Fundamentals, Design, and Implementation”, he explains clearly and thoroughly everything any college student would need to know about databases and SQL.

      Starting with the basics, he introduces you to the idea of a database, following by simple examples of how a database can store things like an


      employee list at a place of business.

      Then, he begins teaching you the process of creating and maintaining a non-trivial database.

      From there, you learn the ins-and-outs of database design, seeing for yourself the nuances behind the façade, and then you are guided through the real-world usage of such databases.

      From beginning to end, he helps you step through the largely unseen world of databases, showing ...




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