Summary and Info
I have been using Access and VBA for a few years, without any formal training in relational database or programming. In this concise book, Steven Roman managed to give a strong foundation in the theory of relational databases, VBA and DAO.
Armed with this knowledge, I now have the confidence to dig deeper in these three topics and study more advanced material.
One downside though: I found the last part of the book on ADO quite confusing. Steven Roman prefers DAO to ADO and it shows.
I nevertheless give the book 5 stars, as the first three parts of the book are stellar.
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Steven Roman is a mathematician, currently Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at California State University and Lecturer in Mathematics at University of California.
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