December 16, 2022
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In this excerpt, we will begin building a base project that can be used as the starting point for the rest of the chapters in this book. If you followed the installation instructions exactly as specified in the previous chapter, you should be able to use the base project with minimal changes.
By Tom Snyder
Editor’s Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 5 of Extract, Transform, and Load with SQL Server Integration Services--with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2, by Thomas Snyder and Vedish Shah.
In the previous chapter we established our database organization as follows:
- IBM DB2 database
- Our member and billing maintenance
- Microsoft SQL Server database
- Order entry application
- Web service
- Oracle database
- Data warehouse
IBM and David Clark Cause Aim to Reduce Food Waste; Name AI-Powered Gardening App Winner of 5th Annual Call for Code
The Linux Foundation invites contributions to two open-source Call for Code sustainability projects
Clinton Global Initiative University announces energy trading platform winner of Call for Code University Edition
By IBM Corporation
Today, Call for Code founding partner IBM, creator, David Clark Cause, charitable partner United Nations Human Rights, and program affiliate, the Linux Foundation announced the winner of the fifth annual Call for Code Global Challenge, which invited innovators across the globe to help accelerate sustainability and combat climate change with open source-powered technology. The top prize this year went to GardenMate for creating an app that uses IBM Watson® to connect gardeners with excess produce to people in need.
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