Three Rules for Database Work

Posted by: K. Scott Allen, on 31 Jan 2008 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Some developers love working with relational databases, and other developers can't stand to touch them. Either way - if your application uses a database, you have to treat the database with some respect. The database is as much a part of an application as the code and the models inside the software. Here are three rules I've learned to live by over the years of working with relational databases.1. Never use a shared database server for development work. The convenience of a shared database is tempting....

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