Category Archives: book review

New Books on Big Data

I’ve been taking the time to read up on Big Data topics and related technologies the past couple of weeks, so I thought I’d take the time to share with you my thoughts on some of the Big Data books … Continue reading

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Database Security Books

With the onslaught of increasing governmental regulations and never-ending news stories on data breaches, securing corporate data is indeed a hot topic these days. You can also see just how hot by taking a look at the recent books published … Continue reading

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My Favorite SQL Books

Every professional programmer (and DBA) should have a good book (or four) on SQL. There are many to choose from, and a lot of them are very good. Today’s blog post will outline four SQL books that I find myself … Continue reading

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Some Great New Information Technology Books

I have been working my way through a stack of computer books the past couple of weeks and would like to take this opportunity to share my thoughts with you regarding some of them. I always seem to have stacks … Continue reading

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My Current Reading List

This blog entry reviews some nice, new technology books that are worth checking out. Continue reading

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A Few More Books I’ve Been Reading

A look at several new and interesting books on database and data-related topics. Continue reading

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Book Review: SQL Antipatterns (2010, Pragmatic Bookshelf)

SQL Antipatterns helps you to avoid the pitfalls of database programming. Continue reading

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Book Review: My New iPad (2010, No Starch Press)

This book can help you to uncover the tricks your iPad can do… but it is more for newbies than for the initiated. Continue reading

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