Planning for a Successful Database Lifecycle

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 09 Jun 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Although it is well-known that the best efforts of a development team can be derailed by mistakes in the architecture, design and general governance of a development project, few attempts have neem made to describe what needs to be done to increase the chances of success in the development of a database application. William Brewer steps into the breach to itemise what a delivery team needs to succeed....

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