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The new compendium of database facts was put together by a qualified SQL server consultant panel and can serve to bridge the knowledge gap between hardcore database professionals and IT workers with perfunctory database knowledge. The guide also contains information about relational database design and SQL tuning.
Tech blog DigitalOlympus.com has published a compendium of database facts which businesses can consult to help bridge the gap between hardcore database knowledge and the perfunctory understanding of databases provided by macro software.
DigitalOlympus.com is a dedicated tech blog powered by tech writers with expertise across various tech fields and disciplines including telecom, Internet, mobile & cellular, health IT, e-commerce, and more. By presenting up-to-date information on today’s leading technology and providing valuable and key insights into what the future may hold, DigitalOlympus.com provides its readership with a view into their world like they’ve never had before, as well as a way to track and anticipate the changes our world faces in a digital age.
"Believe it or not, many IT workers don’t know their basic database facts. This can happen as a result of fully automated database systems that do not require extensive database knowledge, leading IT works to rely only on their functional knowledge of macro software. This knowledge gap becomes a problem when macro software fail and technical knowledge of databases is required to solve underlying issues,” says a Digitalolympus.com spokesperson.
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