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  1. Lawrence Kelley Lawrence Kelley says:

    Received an A in this mechanical engineer's continuing ed class taken at a local community college in Schenectady Helpeds me with my work both at GE Energy and at my current position at GlobalSpeccom I strongly recommend this book and or a course connected to it to anyone working with databases on the Internet

  2. Kushnuma Kushnuma says:

    This book definitely was helpful with my module for Business Database Systems especially as all the uizzes tests and exam were based on this book But I did get tired of using it so much

  3. Neeraj Bansal Neeraj Bansal says:

    I am a student with no background in computer and this book was recommended to me by my professor who is a data scientist The order of the content is really good Will recommend reading colored versionavoid reading on kindleGot a bit lost in Part 3 of the book about the security and privacy Part1 and Part2 are easy to read and understand

  4. Rachel Aranda Rachel Aranda says:

    Good definitions but the information was a jumble when it came to the examples At first I thought having examples for different versions access MySL ect that people in technology field use daily would be nice but it got confusing very early on This book could be useful for the history of the technology field and definitions but that's not what I wanted from a book to help me better myself in the field I want to work in In my opinion the book could have benefited from an editor better descriptions to go with the pictures and maybe even a workbook for all the different versions

  5. Clayton Clayton says:

    Generally I found the material to be a bit dry but in all seriousness its a book about databases so I'm going to concede that pointThis book was utilized in an MBA course and is intended to generally familiarize the uninitiated with the basics of databases and their usage In that regard this is an excellent book however for those with any practical experience with databases outside of Access the content will be rather rudimentary

  6. Sara Sara says:

    This is a good book I think all the tutorials really helped me learn the basics of databases I'd beware the author Kronke though as he really likes to hear himself talk and has written than one textbook

  7. Aimee Aimee says:

    Not so good

  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Very clear and easy to read I think the authors struck the right balance between hand holding through the examples and letting you explore on your own

  9. Sarah Sarah says:

    Not a very good text

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Database Concepts Understand create and manage small databases Written by two of the world's leading database authorities Database Concepts introduces the essential concepts readers need to create and use small databasesThe fifth edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect the changes in Microsoft® Access 2010 as well as other database management software

  • Paperback
  • 464 pages
  • Database Concepts
  • David M. Kroenke
  • English
  • 15 September 2015
  • 9780138018801