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Database processing: Fundamentals, design, implementation e-book


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Database processing: Fundamentals, design, implementation e-book

by David Kroenke

It teaches you things you might have missed if taught informally, such as database normalization and the use of various keys.

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David M. Kroenke David M. Kroenke has more than 35 years’ experience in the computer industry. In 1978, he left Colorado State and joined Boeing Computer Services, where he managed the team that designed database management components of the IPAD project

David M. He began as a computer programmer for the . In 1978, he left Colorado State and joined Boeing Computer Services, where he managed the team that designed database management components of the IPAD project.

Описание: Intended for courses in Database Management, Design, Application, or Technology, this title helps students develop immediate, practical, marketable skills. By presenting SQL SELECT early, it allows students learn immediately how to query data and obtain results.

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So, this is the same as the US version with the exception of the cover. I unfortunately did NOT see that when I ordered it. I looked for ISBN 9780133058352 and it took me to this book. This seems to be a reprinted version of that ISBN but this one is 9789332549951. Everything appears to be the exact same except it all looks like just ok photo copies of the pages. No color and some of the print is slightly hard to read (though it can be read). After reviewing the sellers page, I don't blame them, it is exactly what it said it is and it is much cheaper than the "real" book. I just don't understand why my original ISBN brought me to this version especially since it was full-filled by amazon, and I likely wouldn't have bought it had I been in such a hurry to get it here (my fault, class has started). To be fair, I believe this is out of print and costs much more when you do find it.
Great shipping speed though.
Seriously! Finally a text worthy of keeping. With this book and the added online materials, I really enjoyed my MIS407 class. The authors are great at explaining concepts and providing in-depth examples. The online materials include pre-built databases for practice with the text. Appendix C was a huge help in installing SQL software. This book is good enough to buy and not just rent... Wish I had done that.
Using this book for an introductory class on database design and implementation.

Organization information and the layout of the book is okay and formatting is consistent enough. Chapters are around 50 pages (too long) and appendices are published online (good)

Material is presented in a traditional/standard text book format. It is dry to read and sentences are overly formal. When concepts are explained the writing gets so technical, relient on very specific syntax and versions or refences to figures on this page and the next page that it can be hard to follow at times. If you know a concept well enough you should be able to explain it in many ways and in simple terms (so that a fifth grader could understand). There is better material out there to learn database processing; I've had better luck on Youtube/Udemy (look up Caleb Curry for example) and from searching Google for a good turorial.
Yellow Judge
I have a difficult time learning from this book. The questions he uses are very difficult to understand and often are misleading.
The answer key is missing, so understanding or checking your grasp of the material must wait until officially tested. Which is now too late, the concepts roll into each other. His vocabulary, used to describe a condition, is incredibly vast. So unnecessary. Too many definitions, not enough examples where to use the concepts.
Bashes MS and Access to excess. Nothing in the instructions how to find SQL or install it or use it, so you are forced to us Access which when you query, is broken by some of his sample SQL statements.
Finally, many examples and conditions are explained along with his terminology which he says no one uses!! But you find this out only AFTER you have read the pages involved. Seems like a waste to explain a concept you should never use or doesn't hold true. And then he tests you on those concepts.
If you purchased this book for a course, ensure you're getting the proper book -- check your ISBN number! The international edition (ISBN 973-93-325-4995-1) has questions which are different from the non-international edition.
This book explains in depth about using sql, access, data model diagrams, and more. I bought this for my database class and am new to creating databases but this book really helped me understand the use of certain ways of naming the tables and efficient methods of creating tables as well. I still have much to learn from the book. But i would recommend it to anyone interested.
There should be a better presentation of core concepts throughout the book. I had to sticky not a million things to remember where they all were. E-book would probably be a good buy if you're into ctrl+f
Ordered for a college class. great reference book, have been able to use it for more than the original class.

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