Konstantin Lissianski

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The Data Warehouse Toolkit: Practical Techniques f&hellip de Ralph Kimball
If you are going to do data warehousing, especialy if you are a data modeler or a data warehouse architect, this book is for you. The author is a well known data warehouse practitioner, so he has a lot to say about those modeling techniques. But, please, pay attention to the fact that a coin has to sides and with data warehousing it is so. Make sure you get one of those books by Bill Inmon or one of his supporters to understand completely what data warehousing is about. As far as this book is concerned, it is very concise, full of terms and design tips. You will enjoy reading it and putting the knowledge into practice. I put it on my Data Warehouse Architect's list as a must have.
Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers de Eugene A. Avallone
Mark's offers the widest array of subjects of any of the handbooks I've used. It has consistently provided concise and readable summaries on any engineering topic. It is the most frequently used book on my shelf.
Introduction to Algorithms de Thomas H. Cormen
Introduction to Algorithms de Thomas H. Cormen
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent book,, 26 juillet 2001
This book is an excellent reference/guide to many common data structures, as well as other odds and ends. Great stuff!