ASAP: Relational Database Design

You want to know about databases in five mins?

Post Office, Santiago, Chile (Image by me)

This is the first. ASAP is a series I’ll write to give you the basics of a topic in about five minutes or so. (ASAP = As Soon As Possible)

How a Database works roughly.

A database is a way to store data in a way that lets us extract information from it.

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Life has so many questions. So many issues. So much potential. I occasionally have thoughts that might help you. I hope I can. Peace Out humans.

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Life has so many questions. So many issues. So much potential. I occasionally have thoughts that might help you. I hope I can. Peace Out humans.

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