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Learn how to properly create and normalize a relational database

  • What is a database.
  • Understand different types of databases.
  • Understand normalization.

Course Description

This course familiarizes the student with techniques necessary to properly create and normalize a relational database. This single course can help prevent the new database developer from creating mistakes that add hours and days to a development project. Information in this course is a must for anyone responsible for building and maintaining a database. Instructor: Tim Miles

What am I going to get from this course?

  • What is a database
  • Understand different types of databases
  • Understand normalization
  • Assign relationships
  • Eliminate repetition
  • Relate tables with IDs
  • Design rules

Prerequisites and Target Audience

What will students need to know or do before starting this course?

Basic Microsoft Windows training or equivalent experience

Who should take this course? Who should not?

Students just getting started with designing databases and those who have been designing databases but looking for tips on more effective design


Module 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Module 2: Database Basics

Lecture 2 Overview
Lecture 3 What is a Database?
Lecture 4 Different Types of Databases
Lecture 5 The Process of Database Design 

Module 3: Normalizing

Lecture 6 Overview
Lecture 7 What is Normalization?
Lecture 8 Basic Steps to Normalization
Lecture 9 Brainstorming
Lecture 10 Organizing
Lecture 11 Eliminating Repetition
Lecture 12 Assigning Relationships
Lecture 13 One-to-One Relationships
Lecture 14 One-to-Many Relationships
Lecture 15 Many-to-Many Relationships
Lecture 16 Relating Tables with IDs 
Lecture 17 Examples of Bad Design 
Lecture 18 Examples of Good Design 
Lecture 19 Design Rules 

Module 4: Conclusion

Lecture 20 Course Recap