Frank Kalis


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Codd's Rules

Frank gives us his take on Codd's Rules. If you're new to databases, this is the core theory that resulted in the development of RDBMS. If you're more experienced with databases, maybe now is a good time to return to the rules to see how you're doing!

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2003-12-10

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