Site and Database Design: columbusspeedway.com
Closed     Case # 10014     Affiliated Job:  American Systems Consulting, Inc.2
Opened:  Unknown     Closed:  Unknown
Total Hit Count:  19036     Last Hit:  Tuesday, August 22, 2017 8:39:02 AM
Unique Hit Count:  3836     Last Unique Hit:  Tuesday, August 22, 2017 8:39:02 AM
Case Type(s):  Database, Development, Client Project
Case Notes(s):  All cases are posted for review purposes only. Any implementations should be performed at your own risk.

Project:
Columbus Motor Speedway, a client of ASCI's, request a backend to be developed and integrated into the site design. The purpose was to permit the site administrator automation and a dynamic work flow of data. The Columbus Speedway had previously been developed as a series of static pages manually updated with new results.

Action(s) Performed:
Total Action(s): 3
Action # Recorded Date Type Hit(s) User Expand Details
10091 2/18/2010 1:43:28 PM Database 2231 contact@danieljchu.com A sample illustration of the Columbus Motor Speedway Entity Relationship Di  More ...
10085 2/18/2010 1:02:11 PM Development 1531 contact@danieljchu.com Some sample illustrations of the Columbus Motor Speedway website are shown   More ...
10052 2/11/2010 9:03:58 PM Development 1546 contact@danieljchu.com This was one of my first development projects just after leaving the Univer  Collapse ...
Last Hit: Tuesday, August 22, 2017 8:38:54 AM

This was one of my first development projects just after leaving the University of Cincinnati. It involved creating the database design to host the back end data; creating the forms to enter in race results, driver info and photo management; and integrating this data into a more dynamic structure using the existing site layout.

Outcome:
The Entity-Relationship Diagram of the back end data is available for download [Here], and the site (now hosted by me) can be visited at [http://www.columbusspeedway.com].



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