DBTechNet Projects

DBTech VET, October 2012 – December 2014. The project is partly funded by The European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme.

The aim of the project is to renew the teaching of database technologies in VET (vocational education and training) institutes that it will be based on the current and real needs of ICT industry in Europe, and so that teaching meets the European wide standard of a pedagogical approach. The produced materials will be adaptable in all partner countries and translated into national languages. Training of the VET teachers will be done with the systems used by working life and they are taught to guide students to learning by verifying.

DOWNLOAD the eBook  “SQL Transactions – Theory and hands-on exercises”
Handbook in English
Handbook in Estonian
Handbook in Finnish
Handbook in Greek
Handbook in Russian
Handbook in Spanish

THEN DOWNLOAD and install the free self-study and training package for the DBTechLab as follows:
1.  First, download the PDF-document  Quick Start to the DebianDB Database Laboratory
2.  Then, following the instructions under ‘Installing the Lab‘ in the document,
download and install   the DBTechLab (version “DebianDB VM 6”)
3.  Get the script files for the lab exercises from the ZIP file summit2013.zip

Additional (background) educational and training materials on the topic of Database Transactions are available
on  http://dbtech.uom.gr/mod/resource/view.php?id=823

Database Transactions Summit 2013 , 4 September, Helsinki, Finland.
Antoni Wolski:     Who needs transactions anymore?
Monty Widenius:  The MySQL-MariaDB story
Dimitris Dervos:   Introduction to DBTech VET Virtual Lab and SQL Transactions

DBTech EXT, January 2009 – December 2010. The project was partly funded by EC LLP Transversal Programme.

For public project deliverables, see DBTechNet Virtual Laboratory Workshops and DBTechNet Portal.

DBTech Pro, December 2002 – May 2005. The project was partly funded by European Commission Leonardo da Vinci Programme.

DBTech Survey, 1997. The project was partly funded by European Commission Leonardo da Vinci Programme.

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