Defusing Database Time Bombs: Avoiding the Need to Refactor Databases

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 27 Feb 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Where applications are evolved by gradually molding them to a growing understanding of the business domain, this presents great challenges to database development. If databases are designed too loosely, and initial errors are allowed to fester, the results become harder and harder to refactor until eventually they constitute a database time bomb. Thomas LeBlanc describes how to avoid a few basic, but very common, database time bombs....

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