SQL Antipatterns, by Bill Karwin, Pragmatic Bookshelf, mention of a broad variety of databases such as MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server. Common blunders of SQL database design, queries, and software SQL Antipatterns Strike Back Bill Karwin 1 Monday, April 20, 1. Bill Karwin has helped thousands of people write better SQL and buildstronger relational databases. Now he’s sharing his collection of antipatterns–the most.
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What’s most important to read and understand thoroughly is the “Logical Database Design Anti-patterns” chapters.
SQL Antipatterns by Bill Karwin
I fully understand that, like most tools, Hibernate is only as useful as the developer’s understanding of it which is why I try and read up on the ins and outs of Hibernate as much as I can. I think this is where people make most of their bad decisions in RDB usage. Developers and DBAs alike would benefit from this read. Some of the anti-patterns I’ve seen before, like not using using constraints or using a column to mean multiple things, but there are many I haven’t seen before but should now be able to spot.
You stopped to read this review and possibly rea The book that every modern developer should read. Some of the patterns seem really out of date with current development strategies, but reviewing them to prevent implementing the sins of the past is still a good thing. The section on application development was a pleasant surprise to me because it talks about testing and possible migration strategies.
A sound coverage of typical SQL schema mistakes, with a useful exposition of the choices available in implementing inheritance. More times than not, however, the development team has to craft the SQL ourselves. Bill Karwin has helped thousands of people write better SQL and build stronger relational databases. It gives solutions to those errors.
Book Review – SQL Antipatterns
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By explicitly talking about the good parts you can easily figure out if you are in that situation or if you better follow the advised approach. About this Title Pages: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Others, like SQL injection, are useful sections that try to dispel myths believed by experienced users even now. May 10, Lisa rated it it was ok. Use Null as a Unique Value Chapter Mar 29, Zlatin Stanimirov rated it really liked it.
SQL Antipatterns: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Database Programming
The “Polymorphic associations” anti-patterns really resonated with me. No trivia or quizzes yet. This boo Bill Karwin has helped thousands of people write better SQL and build stronger relational databases.
The book is a must-have reference for any developer that has to interact with a relational database system. I would have appreciated some concrete discussions on writing performant SQL queries. Store a Salted Hash of the Password Chapter I think the chapters are well written, and seem to cover a lot of issues a developer might encounter in his first few years of development.
I’m giving great importance to the code examples quality in every tech book I read. For the reader with no experience in database design another book should be read first to gain a thorough understanding of the basics.
This was a good book. Now he’s sharing his collection of antipatterns–the most common errors he’s identified in those thousands of requests for help.
Now he’s sharing his collection of antipatterns–the most common errors he’s identified in those thousands of requests for help.
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Mar 19, Adi rated it really liked it. Jun 06, Steven rated it really liked it. Then even antipaterns it mostly is harmful, there are situations when that pattern is the better solution.
Create Dependent Table Chapter 9: Stay ahead with the world’s most comprehensive technology and business learning platform. Recover or Reset Passwords Antipattern: This will not only result in slow queries but in hours wasted to figure out what you try to achieve. Either way, this does not affect my scoring.