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Toon Koppelaars

Toon Koppelaars studied computer science at the University of Technology in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. He is a veteran Oracle technology user, having used the Oracle DBMS and tools since 1987. During his career he has been involved in both application development and database administration. �His experience encompasses solutions involving terminals and hosts, two-tier client-server applications, and modern-day Java Enterprise Edition and web development. His interest areas include performance tuning (ensuring scalability, SQL-tuning), architecting applications in a DBMS-centric way, and logical/physical database design. Within the database design area, the formal specification and robust implementation of data integrity constraints (often referred to as business rules) is one of his special interest areas. Toon is a frequent presenter at Oracle-related conferences, a member of the Oaktable Network (www.oaktable.net), and a coauthor of the books Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals (Apress 2007) and Leerboek Oracle SQL (in Dutch, Academic Service 2013).

Toon Koppelaars' Books

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals

  • Publication Date: June 18, 2007
  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-745-3

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals introduces you to the logic and set theory that underlies relational database technology. Learn More …

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals - Print

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals - Print

  • Publication Date: June 18, 2007
  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-745-3

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals introduces you to the logic and set theory that underlies relational database technology. Learn More …

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals - Print

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals - Print

  • Publication Date: December 15, 2011
  • ISBN13: 978-1-4302-4284-0

Applied Mathematics for Database Professionals introduces you to the mathematics, including logic and set theory, that underlies relational database technology. Learn More …