Lessons Learned from Six Years of Agile Database Development

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 19 Nov 2013 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Alex Kuznetsov describes the agile principles, techniques and tools that allowed his development team to make frequent database refactoring a reality, without disrupting users. He explains how this allowed his team to apply an iterative, evolutionary approach to the design and development of their databases, as well as applications....

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