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Evolutionary Database Design
I came across this article on evolutionary database design.  First, I don't particularly care for agile and related techniques.  I believe the proponents of agile try to sell it as the answer to all of your prayers.  It's not.  There is no substitute for good people and processes.  However, the underlying concepts work very well.  This article basically covers everything I've been doing for at least 10 years and I never once called it agile database design/evolutionary database design/whatever else you want to call it to make is sound important.  To me, it was just smart development practices.  My database build process rigorously follows these design principles. 
 

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ORM Tools and their issues, from many different perspectives. 
 
 
 
 
     SQL BI Methodology defines architecture and implementation decisions when deploying a BI solution on MS technologies.  
 
 
 
 

 

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