sql/server

Database systems such as SQL/Server are getting an immense set of features these days, to the point where its impossible to be an expert in all areas. However a lot of the basics are similar to what they were 20 years ago. These basics are an area where a lot of software companies get it […]

Quite a few years ago stored procedures were very common. With the advent of ORM (object relational mappers) and TDD (test driven design), they are less common. Well what might be termed “misuse” of views and stored procedures is. I have worked on some systems where the majority of the data access logic and business […]

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