We have our standards, and we need them

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 06 Jun 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The presenter suddenly broke off. He was midway through his section on how to apply to the relational database the Continuous Delivery techniques that allowed for rapid-fire rounds of development and refactoring, while always retaining a “production-ready” state. He sighed deeply and then launched into an astonishing diatribe against Database Administrators, much of his frustration […]...

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