We've surveyed 80+ organisations, to build something like a database of their answers to questions that we know our members want to know. But how best to share the results? You guys know this stuff and have good ideas about it: please share! [more inside]
I have a wonderful (Oracle) SQL database and I use Navicat Lite to crunch around in it. My problem is that I'm staring at lists of 50+ tables, 60+ saved queries, 10+ views, etc. Is there anything I can do to somehow organise things in a visually pleasing and/or functional way? [more inside]
How should I handle types, varieties and errors in my coin collecting database? [more inside]
Auto-generated numbers using Open Office base. Can it pick up where I left off? [more inside]
Please show me the most informative and useful online event listings you use. [more inside]
I've been tasked with making a large amount of clinical research information we have easier to search and maintain. I have some questions about the best way to organize a database to do this, and in so doing see how much of my time I've wasted so far. [more inside]
I listened in on an engineering design lecture a few days ago, and was fascinated to find out that there are apparently databases out there that contain all the different ways some common functions can be accomplished - for example, getting liquid out of a cup. What are these databases called and where can I find them?
I am changing jobs in a couple of months, and need to know more about database design, and more specifically datawarehouse and datamart for reporting systems. [more inside]
An 800 item database driven site in PHP and MySQL? Am I crazy? [more inside]
I need some SQL Server/database design help. I have a custom built admin for an ecommerce site where we manage our orders. During the life of an order, it can have many statuses ... [more inside]
What is the best and/or most efficient website design software these days? [more inside]
I need to become a database-design expert ASAP! [more inside]
UI design question -- I have a Windows application, basically a frontend to a database, whose interface has mututated over the years, through various "enhancements," to the point that it's almost unusable by the non-technical people for whom it exists. Anyone have any recommendations of firms that do UI makeovers? What could I get for around $5,000?