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This PowerPoint lecture, by Jason Park of San Jose State University Department of Computer Science, offers students a quick introduction to database normalization, the "process of removing redundant data from your tables in to improve storage efficiency, data integrity, and scalability." Here, visitors will find information about database normalization history and applications. With information...

View Resource 5 Rules of Data Normalization

This colorful poster boils down the basics of data normalization into five simple rules, perfect for the wall of a database programming or design class. This pdf document, created by Marc Rettig, details the five rules as: Eliminate Repeating Groups, Eliminate Redundant Data, Eliminate Columns Not Dependent on Key, Isolate Independent Multiple Relationships, and Isolate Semantically Related...

View Resource Geographic Information Systems Technology Implementation Project (GIS-TECH)

The Geographic Information Systems Technology Implementation Project (GIS-TECH) at Del Mar College (DMC) trains advanced technicians in the areas of building and converting large relational databases, installing GIS data servers and effectively using GIS for domain-specific applications. On the site, visitors will find information about the project, upcoming events, GIS certification, and user...

View Resource Discrete Math

In this activity, developed by the Lane Community College MAPS GIS Program, students "use logical connectors in searching a database to understand how quickly the search narrows by adding connectors. They will translate a search in to logic notation and sketch a digital circuit. Finally, they will break a story into logical statements to arrive at a solution." By the end of the lesson, students...

View Resource Google Code University

These tutorials and courses, from Google, present a number of informative resources for programmers or programmers-in-training. The tutorials include web programming, databases, programming languages, and Linux. The courses, each with introductions, lecture videos, and quizzes, cover such topics as Python, C++, Java, web security, algorithms, and distributed systems. It is a wealth of...

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