Week 10, guest lectures! Don't miss:
|Monday 3/3, 10–12 in E:B||Thomas Raneland from Apptus about real-time, real-life databases|
|Thursday 6/3, 8–10 in E:A||Peter Neubauer from Neo Technology, about NoSQL, graph databases and Neo4J|
Week 10,, checking E/R diagrams: you're welcome to my office (E2182) at any time, but I would prefer visits during these hours:
The project: you can start now, if you wish (the deadline is March 31). Email me (Per.Holm@cs.lth.se) if you need a group partner. Some slides about the project are on the Project page. (13/2)
SQL injection: http://xkcd.com/327/ (3/2)
Install MySQL on a Mac: copy this line:
bash <(curl -Ls git.io/eUx7rg)
paste it in the terminal, follow the instructions. No guarantee, I haven't tested it, the tip comes from Anton S (ic08as3). More information here. (29/1)
Course representatives: Lolita Olesen dic11lol, Lars Gustafsson ada10lgu, Alexander Pieta Theofanous zba08ath. (23/1)
Welcome! The labs have been updated, and there's a new lab about graph databases (as an alternative to the PHP lab). Everything should be in place now, but the instructions for the new lab are still preliminary. (14/1)
This course is about databases, both in theory and in practice. We concentrate on relational databases but will also discuss object-oriented and object-relational databases. You will also learn to use SQL and to write Java and PHP programs that interface to a database.
Page Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: 2014-02-27
Credits: 7,5 hp
Study period: VT1 (and project in VT2) 2014
Schedule (TimeEdit): Click here!
Course plan: Here and also handed out during first lecture.
General course links: