Date on Database. Writings 2000-2006 C. J. Date is available to download
|Date on Database.Date on Database. Writings ... Textbook Writings 2000-2006|
C. J. Date
|Type: ||eBook |
|Released: ||2006 |
|Publisher: ||Apress |
|Page Count: ||566 |
|Format: ||pdf |
|Language: ||English |
|ISBN-10: ||159059746X |
|ISBN-13: ||9781590597460 |
Date on Database: Writings 2000 2006 captures some of the freshest thinking from widely known and respected relational database pioneer C. J. Date. Known for his tenacious defense of relational theory in its purest form, Date tackles many topics that are important to database professionals, including the difference between model and implementation, data integrity, data redundancy, deviations in SQL from the relational model, and much more.
Date clearly and patiently explains where many of todays products and practices go wrong, and illustrates some of the trouble you can get into if you don’t carefully think through your use of current database technology. In almost every field of endeavor, the writings of the founders and early leaders have had a profound effect. And now is your chance to read Date while his material is fresh and the field is still young. You’ll want to read this book because it
Provides C. J. Dates freshest thinking on relational theory versus current products in the field Features a tribute to E. F. Codd, founder of the relational database field Clearly explains how the unwary practitioner can avoid problems with current relational database technology Offers novel insights into classic issues like redundancy and database design
About the Author
C. J. Date is an independent author, lecturer, researcher, and consultant, specializing in relational database technology (a field he helped pioneer). He is best known for his book, An Introduction to Database Systems (8th edition, 2004), which has sold over 750,000 copies and is used by several hundred colleges and universities worldwide. He is also author of many other books on relational database management, including most recently Logic and Databases: The Roots of Relational Theory (2007). He was inducted into the Computing Industry Hall of Fame in 2004.