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  • How In-Memory Database Objects Affect Database Design: Getting Started

    Weird, somehow I lost text in the middle of this post after it was posted... I created it a few days back and set it to post later... Corrected. So I put in the following abstract for Devlink (and may for SQL Saturday Orlando and/or PASS Summit.) I don't know if I will get accepted, but I am pretty excited to work on this topic one ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on March 10, 2014
  • Chapter 7–Enforced Data Protection

    As the book progresses, I find myself veering from the original stated outline quite a bit, because as I teach about this more (and I am teaching a daylong db design class in August at http://www.sqlsolstice.com/… shameless plug, but it is on topic :) I start to find that a given order works better. Originally I had slated myself to talk more ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on June 21, 2011
  • See you in Columbus Saturday?

    Assuming all goes as planned, I will be in Columbus, OH this Friday night and Saturday for SQL Saturday 75. I really love SQL Saturday events the best of all of the events because they are very intimate in nature. As a fairly antisocial person, I sometimes get overwhelmed by the size of other events, even the SQL Rally was just barely in my ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on June 6, 2011
  • Normalization and How to Know When You Are Done… The short version…

    A while back, I was working on a short article about Normalization for a book that never got published (admittedly I wasn’t getting paid for the article, and it wasn’t for charity, so I wasn’t that broken up over it.)  The task at hand was to, in 2 pages or less, describe the process of normalization and help you to know when you have ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on May 29, 2011
  • Article: An Example of Test-Driven Development

    Today, SQLServerCentral republished the first article in my Test-Driven Database Development series: An Example of Test-Driven Database Development. (Thanks SSC!)
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on October 29, 2010
  • PASS BOF Lunch – SQL Server and NoSQL alternatives

    Beside my BI workshop on Friday, this year at PASS Summit I’ll also contribute by participating at the Birth Of Feather Lunch on a very hot topic: “SQL Server and the NoSQL Alternatives” I’ve been watching closely the NoSQL movement right from the beginning (as soon as it started to grow also in Italy, so from January 2010), since I simply love ...
    Posted to Davide Mauri (Weblog) by manowar on October 13, 2010
  • The Database Design Process

    Introduction 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. ADD I often joke that I practice ADD (Andy-Driven Design... what'd you think I meant?). I'm expecting a ...
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on January 21, 2010
  • Presenting at Southern Maryland .Net User Group 14 Dec 2009

    I'm honored to present Database Design for Developers to the Southern Maryland .Net Users Group! I'll be there Monday evening, 14 Dec 2009, and the meeting starts at 6:30. If you read this blog and attend, be sure to introduce yourself! :{> Andy
    Posted to Andy Leonard (Weblog) by andyleonard on December 9, 2009
  • Fifth pillar - Secure

    As I have mentioned in all of the previous posts, basic functionality is the foundation of any system. So it goes without saying that if you have just implemented a payroll system, everyone is getting paid.  To meet the basic bar that EVERYONE agrees upon, to be useful things have to work. Frankly, this is generally the only criteria which ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on October 6, 2009
  • Commenting your code

    As I am easing back into real life from writing the book, I am in search of easy targets for blogging.  My boss mentioned this blog over on Jeff Atwood's Coding Horror Blog and it got me thinking about commenting.  His advice is to only comment "why" the code works.  I can't quite agree, because the code he claims to be ...
    Posted to Louis Davidson (Weblog) by drsql on July 30, 2008
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