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The Challenges of Splitting a Table

I ran across a discussion on Reddit about splitting a table. In this case, the original post had to do with a vertical partition of data, which is a technique that can help you better manage data in your database. … Continue reading

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The Challenges of Resetting Databases

I was working on a demo recently where we had a database in version control and a development database. This was a team environment, with a few of us making changes and syncing them across our dev systems using git. … Continue reading

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Microservices

Recently I wrote about software trends from 2019 and how applicable they might be today. One of those was microservices, which I don’t see implemented that often with relational databases. I do see developers wanting to use them, but I … Continue reading

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Looking Back at Software Development Trends

In some ways, the world of software development hasn’t changed much. The same sorts of skills and techniques I saw people using on COBOL programs hitting DB/2 and C++ over Oracle 6 are used today in React and C# against … Continue reading

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