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Database Design News, Issue #008 - Database Design Resource
August 24, 2004
Hello,

Free download & useful websites


1. Your preview of the Primary Keys eBook.

On the member page, I have placed a link to a preview version of my upcoming eBook on Primary Keys.

As a subscriber to my newsletter, you are welcome to have a copy, and I would also appreciate if you have a comment, disagrees or whatever.

Just remember, it is still in the making, and I may actually disagree with myself from time to time :-)


2. Welcome to new subscribers!

Thank you for subscribing to the Database Design News! The number of subscribers is steadily increasing each day.

Hopefully, that means that you have found this site interesting.

For free downloads: See further below.

I hope you will stay with this site for a long time. I truly appreciate you being here.

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3. Free and paid consulting...

I have to repeat this one:

Now and then I get requests for advice and help. I would love to, but time is limited, unfortunately, so I cannot respond to such requests.

However, if there is a topic you want me to cover, feel free to use the contact us form on my website, and I'll see what I can do.

There is however, a way, but it is a costly one :-) : I am about to develop a one-week intensive workshop, and you can read about it here: Database Design Workshop

4. Free downloads.

All free downloads are placed on the member page Hope you find them helpful!

Remember that you need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open the eBooks. If you don't have it, LEFT-click on the Adobe icon.

5. Site review - Customer Support

If you are interested in good information about customer support, I recommend that you take a trip to Erwin Steneker's Customerservicepoint.com. Erwin runs a site with great information and articles about customer support.

Recently he wrote a very interesting eBook about how you can use Outlook 2003 to set email handling on "auto-pilot". Very useful, and he is actually giving it away for free when you sign up to his newsletter!

Also, I have started to place links to useful sites on the Net on the member page

There's a huge amount of interesting articles behind those links, so check them out!


That's all for now!

Alf Pedersen
Author
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