Data Wrangling Handbook
by Open Knowledge Foundation
Publisher: School of Data 2012
Number of pages: 363
The Data Wrangling Handbook is a companion text to the School of Data. Its function is something like a traditional textbook -- it will provide the detail and background theory to support the School of Data courses and challenges.
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- IBM Redbooks
The book provides lots of information for developers, including code samples for creating PHP applications with DB2, Informix Dynamic Server, and Cloudscape. We use the latest PHP data access extensions including: PHP Data Objects and ibm_db2.
by John Sharp, et al. - Microsoft Press
The key to designing a successful application is to understand which databases best meet the needs of the various parts of the system, and how to combine these databases into a single solution. This guide helps you understand these challenges...
by Karl Seguin - openmymind.net
MongoDB is a document-oriented database -- it should be viewed as an alternative to relational databases. This book covers a number of topics with a focus on the fundamentals you will need to get comfortably up and running.
by Mark Pollack, et al. - O'Reilly Media
This book shows you how Spring's data access framework can help you connect to either non-relational or relational databases. You'll learn how Spring Data's model reduces the learning curve for applications with newer data access technologies.