Basic Relational Database Design [Video]

More Information
  • Get an understanding of databases and database design
  • Build a database scheme in a proper way
  • Learn how to normalize your database
  • Learn to design a database from scratch
  • Master all types of relationship and properly design them all within a database

With growing market demands, every developer working on various programming languages plans to become a full-stack developer and database management is key to developing every web, desktop, or cloud application.

You'll start by preparing your own database tables, then create an advanced database design to manage your data efficiently, which is necessary when you are working with a large set of data for any project. Along the way, you will also experience the power of database models and relationships to reuse a particular set of data.

By the end of the course, you will be able to build and design efficient databases. You will also be able to use normalization to restructure your database and reduce redundancy.

Style and Approach

This course supplies mix of theoretical and practical notions, starting with a bit of theory and extending it via practical examples using a business case.

  • Practical learning and graphical explanations teach you the concepts of database relationships
  • Delve into the core concepts of Relational databases and normalization techniques
  • Store, retrieve, and manipulate your data and design efficient database solutions
Course Length 1 hours 27 minutes
ISBN 9781838557201
Date Of Publication 30 Dec 2018


Smail Oubaalla

Smail Oubaalla is a talented Software Engineer with an interest in building the most effective, beautiful, and correct piece of software possible. He has helped companies build excellent programs. He also manages projects and has experience in designing and managing new ones.
When not on the job, he loves hanging out with friends, hiking, and playing sports (football, basketball, rugby, and more). He also loves working his way through every recipe he can find in the family cookbook or elsewhere, and indulging his love for seeing new places.