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Databases: A Beginner Guide

With a focus on proper database design, Databases: A Beginner's Guide provides an introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL) and Microsoft Access. The book covers key topics such as security, data warehouse and data mart design techniques, storing complex data such as XML documents, and connecting databases to applications. Written by a database technology instructor and bestselling author, this book offers a proven, self-paced technique for learning how to design, implement, maintain, and use databases. You can follow clear examples and step-by-step instructions that cover the fundamental concepts and demonstrate how to effectively apply them.

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a / Oct 23, 2014
This book provides one of the best primers on Big Data that I've seen for a general business and...

Asher / Sep 4, 2014
This book skips so many intermediate steps that it is not suitable for beginners.

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By far the best intro to Java I have ever encountered,this book was all I needed to learn Java....

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