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Systems Building with Oracle

The Theory and Practice of Database Design

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Systems Building with Oracle by Bill Smith
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Oracle is currently the most widely used database language in industry. This book is useful for courses where the primary aim is to produce graduates who can deliver working database systems using this industry standard software. It is based firmly on a case study approach and the case develops throughout the text which enables students to see how the theory works in practice in the real world. This book provides complete, accessible, coverage of the curriculum within a reasonable extent and is accompanied by an extensive lecturer and student web site which includes Oracle software.

Author Biography

BILL SMITH is Principal Lecturer at the University of East London. He has many years teaching experience, and is currently Director of Studies for the Enterprise Computing MSc Programme at UEL.
Release date NZ
November 14th, 2003
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Edition
2003 ed.
Illustrations
XII, 564 p.
Imprint
Palgrave Macmillan
Pages
564
ISBN-13
9781403901699
Product ID
1645577

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