Building Scalable Database Applications: Object-oriented Design, Architectures, and Implementations
This work uses practical case studies of real-world large-scale projects to explain how to build robust database applications. It develops a stable and reusable business model for buiding scalable database applications. The author introduces object-oriented techniques in large-scale projects, many of which were designed using the techniques in this book. It also shows developers how to migrate from legacy systems to object orientation without discarding their investments.
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