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This Microsoft Access 2013 Cheat Sheet from CustomGuide covers the basics of working with databases and objects, keystroke shortcuts, and building tables and queries.
The Web Development Engineer will be responsible for driving the development efforts of the core UI tools for the new company website redesign.
The chapter excerpt focuses on how effective data architecture must lay out the life cycle of data, from definition to capture, storage, management, integration, distribution, and analysis.
This excerpt from chapter 10 focuses on creating a requirements management plan and requirements traceability matrix.
This publication provides guidance on protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information processed, stored, or transmitted on replication devices.