Most of us love to travel and explore new places, and using travel agencies is an easy way to plan our holidays. With vacation season in mind, we’ll answer the question “What kind of data model would run a travel agency?”
E-learning (or online learning) offers people a flexible and cost-effective way to pick up new skills. What’s behind these popular portals?
How does the self-storage business work? Why might someone need such a service? And what kind of data model could run it?
Are you excited when you get an instant discount on an online purchase? Do you always look for a better deal before you place an order? This article explains how online stores manage product prices and discounts.
Ever wonder about the data model behind Wikipedia and other online encyclopedias? In this article, we look at what it takes to power that kind of site.
Looking for a way to keep tabs on tennis? Shantanu Kher demonstrates a data model that manages information about players, tournaments, and results.
What is needed to produce electricity? We look at a data model that can organize the power production process.
Worried about information security? Marian Dziubiak explains how can you keep your database safe.
Crowdfunding has become a popular way to raise money for businesses, charities, and all kinds of projects. In this article, we’ll look at a database for a crowdfunding platform.
No matter which side of the equation you’re on, sometimes it’s tough to find a qualified person for a specific job. In this post, we look at a data model to help recruiters and HR departments stay organized during the hiring process.