Relational Database Design is easy when you know how. This book is a guide to help you understand the logic of how your software or websites brain actually works.
Outsourcing opens the doors to many possibilities, especially in the areas of website and computer programming. Dynamic applications, whether a software program or a web application, require a relational database.
You will need some under standing when you are thinking about how you want your application to work. When you discuss your app with your developer you’re going to encounter a lot of jargon that’s hard to interpret, much less apply to your situation.
You don’t have to worry about that with this book. Using everyday language, you’ll learn the basic concepts behind the relational database model and simple SQL queries. Additionally, to demonstrate how these concepts can be applied in the “real world,” this book includes relational database scenarios with step by step instructions and images.
If you don’t have the time, or the interest in creating your own database design, you’ll also learn how to find and qualify the right provider who can help you design your database in a way that meets your criteria.
In this book, you will:
About the “Outsource That” Series
“A Logical Guide to Outsourcing Relational Databases” is part of the Outsource That Professional Business Library. These comprehensive resources are for those who are ready to make the most of outsourcing opportunities but don’t quite know how, as well as for those who are already outsourcing but would like to learn more.
This comprehensive guide explains the different database models in a way that is easy to understand. You’ll also learn how to design a database that meets your needs. Most business owners do not have the time to actually build their database, so they use freelancers to fill this need. Therefore, finding affordable, qualified freelance database designers is also covered in this resource.
Be better informed, thus making finding resources an easier task, instead of those filled with technical jargon and are hard to follow. Purchase your copy of “A Logical Guide to Outsourcing Relational Databases” today.