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Schedule August 24th (Wednesday) Topic: Course Introduction Handout: Syllabus FYI: Forbes Magazine Names Codd's Relational Database Model One of the Most Important Innovations of the Past 85 Years (Forbes) August 29th (Monday) Topic: Basic Database Concepts (Part 1) File: MIS 325 Data Organization (Excel) Readings: What is a Database, Anyway? (Cheeseman) An Introduction to Relational Databases and SQL (Murach, Ch 1, Pg 3-21) Introduction to Relational Databases (Mote) FYI: Data, Data Everywhere (InformationWeek) The Cost of Data Management (CIO) Enterprises Face New e-Discovery Rules (IDG News Service) E-Medical Records: What Seems To Be The Problem? (Computerworld) August 31st (Wednesday) Topic: Basic Database Concepts (Part 2) File: MIS 325 PK/FK (Excel) Handout: MIS 325 Simplified Data Organization (Mote) Readings: ANSI SQL Can Combine Advantages and Principles of Relational and Hierarchical Data Processing (Database Journal)
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Primary and Foreign Keys (DatabaseDev.co.uk) Foreign Key (Google Definitions) Foreign Key (Wikipedia) SQL Foreign Key (1KeyData.com) FYI: Five Indispensable IT Skills of the Future (IT World) Ten of the Biggest Mistakes Developers Make With Databases (Developer.com) Protecting Your Data Against Human Mistakes (Computerworld) Judge Rejects Oracle $1.3 Billion Verdict Against SAP (Reuters) September 7th (Wednesday)
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