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I can hear you thinking, “Andy, you’re off your old rocker. There are only two states for bit values!” And you are correct. Almost. What if I’m storing a truly binary value – a value that possesses only two possible states – but there’s the possibility of a third state to indicate that I do not know which state applies. Consider this ...
Today, SQLServerCentral republished the first article in my Test-Driven Database Development series: An Example of Test-Driven Database Development. (Thanks SSC!)
Buck Woody (Blog - @BuckWoody) recently blogged about his Database Design Process and I see Grant Fritchey has a (Blog - @GFritchey) post on the same topic. I figured I'd throw my two cents into the mix.
I often joke that I practice ADD (Andy-Driven Design... what'd you think I meant?). I'm expecting a ...