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Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition (Paperback)

Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition (Paperback)
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Author(s): Sharon Allen, Evan Terry
Paperback: 632 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1590594636
 

Data storage design, and awareness of how data needs to be utilized within an organization, is of prime importance in ensuring that company data systems work efficiently. If you need to know how to capture the information needs of a business system in a relational database model, but don't know where to start, then this is the book for you

Beginning Relational Data Modeling, Second Edition will lead you step-by-step through the process of developing an effective logical data model for your relational database. No previous data modeling experience is even required. The authors infuse concise, straightforward wisdom to explain a usually complex, jargon-filled discipline. And examples are based on her extensive experience modeling for real business systems.

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