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Description: Explores how and why databases originated, where they are today, and where they may be headed. Focuses on Relational Database history. (June 13, 2003)
Announcement: Databases: Past, Present, and Future Databases: Past, Present, and Future Copyright 2003 Paragon Corporation   ( June 13, 2003) What is a database and why do we have them? In the simplest definition of the word, a database is a storage container for data. A database system is a storage container for data as well as a mechanism for accessing that data.
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Page title:Databases: Past, Present, and Future
Keywords:programming articles, how to, how-to, papers, consulting, excel vba examples, Relational Databases database history, it technology, relational theory, database consulting, sql server, postgresql, mysql
Description:This article is dedicated in memory of Edgar F. Codd - Father of Modern Relational Database Theory. In this article we will delve into the history of databases - how it started, where the industry is now and what its potential achievements will be.
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