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From:Olaf Stein Date:January 16 2008 2:46pm
Subject:Re: database theory book recommendations?
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Not necessarily theory but very good if you want to work with mysql is the
mysql 5.0 certification guide


On 1/16/08 9:40 AM, "Toby Douglass" <toby.douglass@stripped> wrote:

> I'm currently applying for a developer job with mySQL.
> I want to improve my database theory knowledge.
> Any book recommendations?
> Searching on-line is surprisingly unhelpful; the only things I've found so
> far which looks half-sensible are "Database is Depth" by Chris Date, and
> "Expert mySQL" by Charles A. Bell (which looks more practical rather than
> theoretical).

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