Relational Database Design and Implementation
- Jan Harrington
IT/IS professionals interested in becoming database designers or administrators (i.e., the budding database developer in a large enterprise). This book also targets students in courses on data management or database management at the undergrad level in IT programs.
Paperback, 440 Pages
Published: July 2009
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"I think this book addresses database designers and database professionals quite well. The book also is well-suited to be used for an introductory course on database management."--
Craig Mullins, Corporate Technologist, NEON Enterprise Software"The book uses straightforward language to present different concepts related to the design and implementation of relational databases. Although it does not include exercises, it could be used as a textbook in a database course. While it is difficult nowadays for a book on databases to stand out among the popular and excellent ones already available, I want to emphasize what I consider a key contribution of this book: it is illustrated with real-world examples and includes clear explanations that will help readers understand the design process. In this sense, the three case studies included are particularly valuable."-- Computing Reviews