Finally, after getting to know the history of SQL language and setting up the environment, we'll write our first SQL query. […] The database we've created is a very simple book library. There are four tables: […]
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Today is the second installment in our series of posts on SQL. You may want to read "Part 1. Introduction" before you read this post. […] The basic architecture of a database is shown in the following diagram.
I think I'm getting old. I've been thinking about what to write for these articles, and instead of focusing on the database, on the hard stuff, I find myself thinking about the Java youngsters and what I can teach them. I'll be the old man teaching young ones how the classic database is worth their interest. Quiet please, the Guru is speaking now ;).