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Inside Relational Databases: 2nd Edition [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Mark Whitehorn
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18. Juni 2001 1852334010 978-1852334017 2nd ed. 2001
The second edition of this best-seller is revised and updated. It delivers a reader-friendly explanation of the relational model and its importance to database designers and builders. Clear explanations make use of examples rather than equations, and show how an understanding of the relational model can lead to making a database faster and flexible. Topics covered include: nulls, primary and foreign keys, joins, relationships, domains, indexing, and many others. The authors manage to shed light on this tricky subject with substance and style.

Produktinformation

  • Taschenbuch: 360 Seiten
  • Verlag: Springer; Auflage: 2nd ed. 2001 (18. Juni 2001)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1852334010
  • ISBN-13: 978-1852334017
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,3 x 17 x 23,2 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 708.847 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Reviews from the first edition of Inside Relational Databases:
"Quite simply - superb. By making relational databases understandable, Mark Whitehorn and Bill Marklyn have achieved far more than most. Making the subject interesting and entertaining as well puts these two authors firmly in a class of their own."
- Neil Fawcett, Group Technical Editor, VNU Business Publications
"PCW and Amazon.co.uk contributor Mark Whitehorn is that rare combination - an expert in his field, databases, and a fine writer too, with a talent for honing a complex subject down to its essentials."
- Tamsin Todd, Computer & Internet Editor, Amazon.co.uk
"Inside Relational Databases is excellent. It is clearly and concisely written and full of humorous asides which ease the reader through an otherwise weighty topic. Probably the most engaging technical book I have read."
- Paul McGowan

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This second edition of the best-selling "Inside Relational Databases" is revised and updated to bring you the most reader-friendly explanation of the relational model and its importance to database designers and builders. In this work clear explanations make use of examples rather than equations to show you how an understanding of the relational model can make your databases faster, more flexible and thoroughly fit for their purpose. Dr Mark Whitehorn has an extensive understanding of relational database theory and his popular and long running database column in the UK's 'Personal Computer World' has already made database theory accessible to thousands. Bill Marklyn has an intimate knowledge of relational databases and was the Development Manager who oversaw the entire design of the first two major releases of Microsoft's highly successful database product, Access. Together they make a great team, illuminating a tricky subject with substance and style.Reviews from the first edition of "Inside Relational Databases": 'Quite simply - superb. By making relational databases understandable, Mark Whitehorn and Bill Marklyn have achieved far more than most.

Making the subject interesting and entertaining as well puts these two authors firmly in a class of their own' - Neil Fawcett, Group Technical Editor, VNU Business Publications. 'PCW and Amazon.co.uk contributor Mark Whitehorn is that rare combination - an expert in his field, databases, and a fine writer too, with a talent for honing a complex subject down to its essentials' - Tamsin Todd, "Computer and Internet" Editor, Amazon.co.uk. '"Inside Relational Databases" is excellent. It is clearly and concisely written and full of humorous asides which ease the reader through an otherwise weighty topic. Probably the most engaging technical book I have read' - Paul McGowan.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very well written 10. Mai 2006
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There are an awful lot of very boring and very obtuse manuals out there, but this isn't one of them. Whitehorn and Marklyn have written with wit and wisdom. Though the book is more introductory than advanced, I know of some professional database designers who could benefit from reading this. It is very easy to read and understand. I'm looking forward to more books from them.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen What you MUST know about relational databases. 29. August 2000
Von "cmjreview" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Inside Relational Databases will teach the newcomer to Access or relational databases in general, the theory needed to design and develop applications in the most efficient and professional manner.
All those theoretical questions you are asking yourself when programming in Access will suddenly be answered, and you find yourself more confident and inspired to develop the best application possible now that you passed this hurdle; at least I did.
The first 3 parts of the book will teach you the relational database model supported by examples on the enclosed CD-ROM. These examples are not to be used as "cut & paste" into your own application, but designed to turn theory into reality easy to grasp! The last part consists of standalone chapters covering essential subjects related to database theory and design, like: Normalization, SQL, Queries and Codd's Rules
You will not find another computer book on Access and relational database theory and design, or any other subject for that matter, which makes use of such clear language. I have read the book cover to cover several times, and I am still impressed. Which makes me ask if we, the readers and buyers of computer books, quietly and wrongly accept badly written books filled with errors and poor language?
If I were asked to make a list of suggested readings for Access and database developers, this would be No. 1.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Fantastic Book - Especially for Beginners! 27. August 2001
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I have had countless hours of training in several versions of Access. It was never the using of Access that I had a problem with. What always mystified me was the design of the actual database. I would sit and ponder whether I needed one table, multiple tables, what should be the primary key, which relationships to use, etc. As a result, I never really was comfortable with or deeply into using Access. All of this has changed with this book. This book is written in a simple straightforward manner that explains all of these details. They carefully and not too slowly show you how to properly design your databases. Their examples are primarily in Access (97 & 2000 formats). Access 2000 is used for all of the screenshots. You learn by reading their instruction and then opening Access to view the related sample database located on the accompanying CDROM. This book is only 345 pages long. It is NOT the gigantic volume of so many books. As a result it is something you can get thru in managable bites and not feel overwhelmed. This book was really written for beginners. I don't think it would hurt an intermediate person to read it, but I think advanced developers can probably skip it. Having said all this, I wholeheartedly recommend this book. It is one of those rare books that had a (good) career-impacting effect on me. I hope it is as helpful for you!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Elegant, Funny - My Database Bible 18. November 1998
Von Bjeans - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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After searching through dozens of books about databases, I found Mr. Whitehorn's elegant, witty and kind book. As a new database student, changing careers midlife, I was struggling for days to understand concepts that Mr. Whitehorn cleared up in a hour's enjoyable read. (He's the kind of writer who could write about paperclips for 200 pages and hold the reader's attention.) His PhD put firmly aside, he demystifies the relational database with humor (the book is peppered with occasional asides telling one how to bluff and impress database purists), clarity and common sense. Back in school for a midlife career change, this book kept me firmly planted in my program when I was teetering on the edge of dropping out. SELECT GreatBook FROM Amazon WHERE Whitehead = Author
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Understanding basic database concepts well 12. Dezember 2003
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This book is excellent! At the time I read this book I had been working with Access, Sybase, & Oracle for 7 years. However all of my database knowledge was product-oriented and I did not have a really firm grasp of general database concepts and principles: primary & foreign keys, tables, joins, and other basic concepts were never explained thoroughly. Sure you can read about these concepts in the documentation for whatever database product you're using, but everyone glosses over these important basic concepts and assumes that "someone else covered it", when in fact no one has. This book changes all that. Although it is written for beginners, I suspect that even intermediate administrators and developers will get a lot out of this book; it's the kind of book where just when you think you already know the material, you come upon some nugget of information that clears up a concept you'd always had trouble understanding. That's what makes this book valuable. The fact that the author is british doesn't surprise me; I've noticed lately that when it comes to technical writing, English authors do an excellent job of covering the basics before going on to the more technical material, whereas American authors tend to focus more on writing books and articles that are product-specific. Now that Mark Whitehorn has covered the basics in this book, I hope he will consider writing an Oracle book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen New Edition 30. August 2001
Von martin patton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Could someone who has read this book please write a review and indicate whether or not the new edition uses all examples in Microsoft Access (as the old edition did) or not? Thanks.
Yeah, all of the original examples from the first edition are still based on Access - the sample files are provided in Access 7 and Access 200 format. What has been added to the second edition of the book is a section that covers topics like triggers, transaction logs, ER modelling etc. Those are more relevant to client-server database engines like SQL Server, DB2 and Oracle and to tools like Visio and ErWin; so the new section uses some screen shots from those tools.
If you are an Access user this book is still as appropriate to you as the first edition was. And, if you use one of the more complex database engines, the second edition has just become even better than it was because there is information about the addition features that those tools use.
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