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Posted Mar 6, 2006

Ten of the Biggest Mistakes Developers Make With Databases

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Developer.com]

Although fashions come and go in software development, some things stay remarkably constant. One of these is the use of databases. You may be wonderfully up-to-date with an AJAX Web interface or the latest whizbang Windows user interface, but under the covers, you're probably still pumping data in and out of a database, just as we all did a decade or more ago. That makes it all the more surprising that developers are still making the same database mistakes that date back to those good old days of Windows 95 and before. Perhaps it's just that most of us learn to use databases on the side, rather than really studying them. In any case, here are my nominations for the biggest mistakes that I see over and over again.

The article continues at http://www.developer.com/db/article.php/3589351



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