Database Administrator for Department Store

Imagine that you have been hired as the database administrator for a local department store. The department store has recently expanded by opening five (5) stores within your local region. They have also launched a series of marketing campaigns to attract new customers and increase sales. For your hired role, you will be responsible for creating and maintaining an enterprise-wide database system that will hold the sales and inventory data for the organization. The designed database will help operations in supporting its new business marketing strategy. Using the concepts presented throughout the course, you will develop a plan to create this database and establish a design that aligns with the product sales initiatives of the organization. Write a twelve to fifteen (12-15) page paper in which you: Identify the potential sales and department store transactions that can be stored within the database. Design a database solution and the potential business Read More …

Java- Data Structures and Analysis

Employs Modularity (including proper use of parameters, use of local variables etc.) most of the time   Employs correct & appropriate use of programming structures (loops, conditionals, classes etc.) most of the time   Efficient algorithms used most of the time   Excellent use of object-oriented design   Functionality (20 points):   Program fulfills all functionality   All requirements were fulfilled   Extra effort was apparent   Test Plan (20 points):   Comprehensive test plan.   Documentation (20 points):   Excellent comments   Comprehensive lessons learned   Excellent possible improvements included   Excellent approach discussion and references

Internship Assignment

Internship Assignment should follow these formatting guidelines: Use of three sources, 1–2 pages (not including cover page or bibliography section), double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and citations in APA format. Harrison Kirby runs a local golf course with a shop of around 150 products. He wants to have a website that will facilitate e-business for his golf course. He wants online scheduling of tee times (including coordination of group play), online shopping, and social network integration. One difficulty of moving a small business from a traditional retail store to an online store is channel complications. Everything must be reconsidered. For example, how will he communicate with his customers? How will they find product information? How will he accept orders? How will he manage payments and shipping? These questions and many more have kept Kirby from making the e-commerce plunge. Below you will find a letter from Read More …

Coulomb’s Law

Review textbook Chapter 16 which involves the vector nature of electric forces. In this simulation, the green, red, and blue charges are originally (i.e., at t = 0) at the vertices of an isosceles triangle. The green and blue are fixed in space and the red charge is allowed to move. Find the net Coulomb force (magnitude and direction) on the red object due to the green and blue charged objects after 1.00 s has elapsed. This simulation can be downloaded from within your course under “PH221.Simulations”; its file name is “Net Coulomb Force.ip”. Fill in the blanks in the Lab Answer Sheet at the end of this lab. Submit this Lab Answer Sheet when all of the labs are completed. These can be scanned and sent as pdf or picture files (e.g. tif, gif, etc.) or by any other method of your choice as long as the Answer Sheets Read More …