In New Universities in the early 90’s “cutting edge” degrees in “new subjects” were approved almost daily, or it felt that way. Subject Librarians did heroic research to compensate for the lack of published material, bringing together anything they could find to form a collection to support the course. 891 more words
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I need to make a database for my startup project. I with my friends decided to use NHibernate. In game was NHibernate and EntityFramework. The choise fell on NHibernate because its be more modify friendly than Entity and always is time to learn something new. 89 more words
The Americas Information Ramp. Access to databases. Business plan presentation.
One more optimization problem I came across last week. I’ve spotted a slow-running query, and could not figure out, why it could be slow.
The query was rather simple, and if we take all the “extras” out of the equation, it would come to something like this: 193 more words
Did you know that you can access thousands of high quality images for free through our EBSCO Image Collection database! This database is provided to us through GALILEO, Georgia’s Virtual Library! 116 more words