Top 30 Database Design Books

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1. Working Effectively with Legacy Code by Michael C. Feathers

2. Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture by Martin Fowler

3. Refactoring by Martin Fowler, Kent Beck

4. Joe Celko’s Trees and Hierarchies in SQL for Smarties by Joe Celko

5. Refactoring Databases by Scott W. Ambler, Pramod J. Sadalage

6. SQL Antipatterns by Bill Karwin

7. The Data Warehouse Toolkit by Ralph Kimball, Margy Ross

8. High Performance Web Sites by Steve Souders

9. Software Estimation by Steve McConnell

10. The Data Model Resource Book by Len Silverston

11. Analysis Patterns by Martin Fowler

12. Database Design for Mere Mortals by Michael James Hernandez

13. The Design of the UNIX Operating Systemby Maurice J. Bach

14. Even Faster Web Sites by Steve Souders

15. An Introduction to Database Systems by C. J. Date

16. The Art of SQL by Stephane Faroult, Peter Robson

17. Joe Celko’s SQL Programming Style by Joe Celko

18. Shi Wu Chu Li Gai Nian Yu Ji Shu by Jim Gray, Andreas Reuter

19. SQL Server 2008 Query Performance Tuning Distilled by Sajal Dam, Grant Fritchey

20. Data Structures and Algorithms by Alfred V. Aho

21. Ruby on Rails 3 Tutorial by Michael Hartl

22. 3.5 Social Networking by Andrew Siemer

23. Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2008 by Lubor Kollar, Dejan Sarka

24. Practical Issues in Database Managementby Fabian Pascal

25. Database Management Systems by Raghu Ramakrishnan, Johannes Gehrke

26. The Data Model Resource Book by Len Silverston

27. The Art of Capacity Planning by John Allspaw

28. Cassandra by Eben Hewitt

29. Developing Time-oriented Database Applications in SQL by Richard T. Snodgrass

30. Relational Database Index Design and the Optimizers by Tapio Lahdenmaki, Mike Leach


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