Join Adam Wilbert for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Relational Database Fundamentals.
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…I want to thank you for joining me in Relational Database Fundamentals.…I wanted to leave you with a few parting resources…to help you continue your exploration of the database development process.…If you're a programmer or are looking to…integrate your database into a mobile or web-based…software application, take a look at Simon Allardice's…Foundations of Programming Databases course, here, on lynda.com.…For those of you looking to implement your plan in a smaller…database, say, for a small business or a personal project, take a look…at some of the courses on desktop database systems, like my own…Access 2013 Essential Training or one of the several courses on FileMaker Pro.…
For developing larger systems, you'll want to…check out the offerings on Microsoft…SQL Server or perhaps PostgreSQL 9 with PHP Essential Training by Bill Weinman.…So, thanks again for joining me.…Have a great day.…
- What is a database management system (DBMS)?
- Moving through the database development cycle
- Preventing duplicate, inconsistent, and conflicting data entries
- Gathering requirements
- Developing relationships
- Identifying key fields
- Following a naming convention
- Developing the actual database
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1. Relational Database Basics
2. Preventing Data Anomalies
3. Gathering Requirements
4. Developing the Conceptual Data Model
5. Normalizing Your Data
6. Logical Design Considerations
7. Developing the Physical Database
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