Expert SQL Server 2005 Development
Databases are software. I’ve based the second half of a software development career that began in 1978 on this simple idea. If you’ve found this book, chances are you’re willing to at least entertain the possibility that databases and their attendant programmability are worthy of the same rigor and process as the rest of an application. Good for you! It’s a great pleasure for me to join you on this jo- ney, however briefly, via this foreword. There is a good possibility that you’ve grown as skeptical as I have of the conventional wisdom that treats the “back end” as an afterthought in the design and budgeting process. You’re now seeking actionable insights into building or improving a SQL Server 2005 design and development process. The book you’re holding is chock-full of such insights. And before turning you over to Adam, Hugo, and Lara, I’d like to offer one of my own.
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