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Re: [school-discuss] MySQL in classroom
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On Friday 20 August 2004 19:27, you wrote:
> I am going to be teaching a High School computer course this fall,
> and one of the components I want to cover is databases and in
> particular SQL queries.
> I am going to use MySQL for my DB both because it's free and it's
> what I already have familiarity with.
> What I am wondering though is does anyone have, or can point me at a
> large collection of data to populate the DB? I am thinking access to
> a DB with a thousand+ entries maybe a couple tables etc. Something
> interesting that the kids could query but large enough that they
> can't calculate anything by hand.
How about getting tha Care2x database from care2x.org (or .net or .com)? It's
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