Agile Database Techniques: Effective Strategies for the Agile Software Developer

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Wiley, Nov 10, 2003 - Computers - 480 pages
  • Describes Agile Modeling Driven Design (AMDD) and Test-Driven Design (TDD) approaches, database refactoring, database encapsulation strategies, and tools that support evolutionary techniques
  • Agile software developers often use object and relational database (RDB) technology together and as a result must overcome the impedance mismatch
  • The author covers techniques for mapping objects to RDBs and for implementing concurrency control, referential integrity, shared business logic, security access control, reports, and XML
  • An agile foundation describes fundamental skills that all agile software developers require, particularly Agile DBAs
  • Includes object modeling, UML data modeling, data normalization, class normalization, and how to deal with legacy databases
  • Scott W. Ambler is author of Agile Modeling (0471202827), a contributing editor with Software Development (www.sdmagazine.com), and a featured speaker at software conferences worldwide

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SCOTT AMBLER is president and a senior consultant of Ronin International (www.ronin-intl.com), a software services consulting firm that specializes in software process mentoring and object/component-based software architecture and development. He is a contributing editor for Software Development magazine and a columnist for Computing Canada. His personal Web site is www.ambysoft.com.

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