Appropriate for all courses in database usage, development, or design with MySQL.
In MySOL Tutorial, two of the world's leading MySQL experts present a clear and concise tutorial on the fundamental concepts and techniques needed to work with MySQL. One step at a time, Luke Welling and Laura Thompson teach the beginning MySQL user how to create and administer powerful databases that can be used at home, at work, and on the Web. This task-oriented book focuses on several key areas: installation and configuration; database design and creation; querying MySQL databases; working with MySQL tables and transactions; administering MySQL databases; and optimizing database performance. Taken together, these are the core skills needed to use MySQL professionally. Each chapter contains a set of review questions and practical exercises that enable students to practice their skills and test their understanding. The first book from MySQL Press, MySQL Tutorial has been reviewed for technical accuracy by MySQL AB, the developers of MySQL.
Gives students confidence that they are learning from materials that are both accurate and effective.
Teaches students techniques they will be able to utilize for many years to come.
Prepares students for the MySQL database challenges they are most likely to encounter, while providing a firm foundation in concepts and techniques they will rely upon constantly.
Provides constant feedback and reinforcement to ensure that students understand the material they are learning.
Helps students learn more efficiently, by anticipating their needs and answering their questions.
I. MySQL Basics.
II. Designing and Creating Databases with MySQL.
III. Using MySQL.
IV. MySQL Table Types and Transactions.
V. Administering MySQL.
VI. Optimizing MySQL.
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Luke Welling is a lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. He chooses to use Open Source software whenever practical and evangelizes the advantages of this approach as widely as possible. He has spoken to audiences in Australia, North America, and Europe about MySQL, PHP, and other Open Source topics. He has taught a wide variety of technical topics to university students and professionals, but he specializes in Internet-related topics.
Laura Thomson is a lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. She has taught a wide variety of courses with a Web and Internet focus and is currently completing a Ph.D. in Web Mining. She speaks at conferences around the globe and has delivered training at organizations as diverse as Ericsson and Lonely Planet. Previously, Laura has worked for Telstra and the Boston Consulting Group. She holds a first-class honors degree in Computer Systems Engineering and a degree (with distinction) in Computer Science. In her spare time, she rides her horses, feeds her menagerie of animals, and occasionally speaks to Luke about something nontechnical.
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