WITH MICROSOFT ACCESS
This book serves as an excellent introduction to designing and creating databases. It was written with an eye towards showing students how to design a normalized database by avoiding the pitfalls of
redundant data and dependencies.
We provide a technically sound introduction to relational database technology without assuming a computer science background or knowledge of a programming language.
Readers who work through the book will learn how corporations, governments, and other organizations store the bulk of their data, including how and why databases are broken down into multiple related tables. (#datastorage)
The reader will be able to design moderately complex databases of up to about a dozen tables, create such databases in Microsoft Access, build user-friendly applications around Microsoft Access databases, and formulate SQL queries of essentially any relational database.
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