Data Modeling and Design_Unit3_DB

Data Modeling and Design_Unit3_DB - Data Modeling and...

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Data Modeling and Design Unit 3 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow April 8, 2011 American Intercontinental University First off creating an Access database can be complex particularly when the organization using it has a substantial amount of data to be dealt with in its databases. This being the reason why instances may arise that a single database programmer may request support in the development of bulky and more intricate databases for businesses. Companies usually form teams of programmers that manage the databases development. Overall, a team generating an Access databases together can have quite a few rewards. Firstly, the more people there are to handle specific duties, the less chance of an excess workload for any individual database programmers and that will subsequently help smooth the progress. This point also helps in respect to saving time when work is being shared along with the nominal tasks of developing the Access database. Secondly, a joint approach in the development of a database can greatly advance it. Additional
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course ITCO 101 taught by Professor Gugenhiem during the Spring '12 term at AIU Online.

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