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’.
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:
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….