|Author:||Barbara P. Galvan,Andreas Dieckow|
|Title:||Building Relational Web-Based Applications with Cache|
|Format:||mobi rtf mbr azw|
|ePUB size:||1781 kb|
|FB2 size:||1867 kb|
|DJVU size:||1631 kb|
|Category:||Networking and Cloud Computing|
|Publisher:||Springer; 1 edition (December 2006)|
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Andreas Dieckow is a Principal Product Manager in the Systems Development department, focusing on InterSystems’ innovative database product, Caché. He works closely with customers and InterSystems staff to ensure that Caché provides the performance and functionality that meets the needs of professional application developers. Previously, Dieckow worked as the Technical Director and Senior Sales Engineer at InterSystems Germany, helping customers develop and deploy Caché-based solutions
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The most prominent Web applications in use today are data-intensive. Developing and maintaining these data-intensive applications is an especially complex, multi-disciplinary activity, requiring all the tools and techniques that software engineering can provide. Readers will learn not only how to harness the design technologies of relational databases for use on the Web, but also how to transform their conceptual designs of data-intensive Web applications into effective software components. A fully self-contained introduction and practitioner's guide suitable for both technical and non-technical members of staff, as well as students.
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