Welcome to the third edition of This Month in Database! Can you believe we've already come this far?! If you missed out, you can check out June's update here and July's update here. This time around, we've got a whole new slew of fun stuff to talk about. We'll cover everything you need to know about databases from the past month, including the top database-related articles on DZone that you should check out, the top news that happened in the world of database, database jobs that you might be interested in, and more. Let's get started!
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Build a Rotten Tomatoes Clone With GraphQL and Auth0 by Prosper Otemuyiwa. Rotten Tomatoes may be harsh in the way it rates movies, but building a clone of it doesn't have to be!
How to Interact With a Database Using the Async Module in Node.js by Dan McGhan. Written by one of DZone' newest MVBs, this article will show you just how powerful the Async module can be and how Async can help you write asynchronous code in Node.js.
Top Resources for Understanding Graph Theory and Algorithms by Amy Hodler. Interested in expanding your knowledge of graph theory, or even getting started with it? This post is a must-read for anyone even remotely curious about graph theory.
5 Tips for Securing Your MySQL Data Warehouse by Mary Gevorgyan. Incorporate these five tips into managing your MySQL data warehouse and you'll ensure that important business data gets full protection.
Three DBAs Walk Into a NoSQL Bar... [Comic] by Daniel Stori. You know that classic "three DBAs walk into a NoSQL bar..." joke, right? Well, not like this, you don't!
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Go to Your Database Happy Place
Below are a few Database-related jobs that may pique your interest. Feel free to check them out and apply today!
Location: Bedford, MA or Santa Cruz, CA
Experience: Need to be skilled in C++, Java, Agile/Scrum, SQL planning/execution/optimization, distributed system, and developing UNIX/Linux systems software.
Java Developer: Database Connector
Location: San Francisco, California, United States
Experience: 5+ years software development experience working in large-scale, distributed systems with an understanding of the techniques involved in making these systems scale and perform.
Dive Deeper Into Database
The DZone Guide to Database and Data Persistence Tools and Techniques. Discover the best database management systems, frameworks, and methods for data storage and retrieval and learn which tools and techniques developers are using for data persistence.
Data Warehousing: Best Practices for Collecting, Storing, and Delivering Decision-Support Data. This DZone Refcard walks you through each aspect of data warehousing. Gain a complete understanding of data modeling, infrastructure, relationships, attributes, and speedy history loading and recording with atomic data.