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SQL Database Design Basics With Examples

It is standard practice for a database architect to create a relational database that is customized for a specific solution.

On a Friday night, while riding the commuter train home from work, I had the bright idea of starting a recruitment service. To the best of my knowledge, there is currently no service that enables the rapid assessment of candidates, the development of complex filters based on specific skill sets, projects, or roles, or the exclusion of particular skill sets, roles, or organizations. When it comes to screening, the most useful criteria are firms and, to a lesser extent, skills.

This article will provide an overview of relational database design and provide an example database built-in MS SQL Server for a staffing agency:

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