Introduction

Here’s my second article on database design basics. I’m hoping to tackle other database design topics in future articles – let me know if there’s anything you’d like me to cover.

In part 1, I covered “CRUD’ – Creating, Reading, Updating and Deleting records.

I’m going to cover the basic building block for data storage in a database – the table. A database usually has more than one table. Tables can have relationships with other tables – and this is what makes a ‘relational database’.

Read more: Database Design Basics – Part 2 – Tables and Relationships

 

Introduction

Here’s my first article on database design basics. I’m hoping to tackle other database design topics in future articles – let me know if there’s anything you’d like me to cover.

Read more: Database Design Basics – Part 1 - CRUD

Introduction

I had an iPhone for ages, then I flipped over to using Android. Why? Smartphones of both hues seem to do all the things we need, so why not just pick one, learn all its quirks and foibles, and stick with it?

Read more: Apple v Android - my experience

Introduction

Simplistically, software maintenance is a service you buy once you have purchased a software licence to ensure the ongoing quality of that piece of software.

You’ll hear it called “support”, “maintenance”, “warranty”, “subscription” and these are all similar but subtly different concepts:

Read more: Why you need software maintenance


No doubt you will have heard of ‘2-factor authentication’. It’s often something your UK bank would say they’re introducing in order to beef up the security of online banking. What does 2-factor authentication mean? This article provides a brief introduction, but first of all we must start at the beginning with….

Read more: What is multi-factor authentication?

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