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SQL Design Patterns

I am Dedicated Agile champion, Database Manager and Solutions Architect with two decades of experience in improving database functionality, diagnosing problems, building successful project teams, and improving SDLC and business processes. I love data and databases and the challenge that comes with designing solutions. This blog is an attempt to share my knowledge with those who are interested.

Best-practices, guiding principles of choosing procedure parameters

Designing implementation of interface is as critical as designing interface itself. In this post we will discuss some advice on how to choose the right set of parameters for your procedures

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 14 April 2018

Contextual View

In this post I describe technique of presenting data that is context specific - for example, data that will be changing depending who looks at it.

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 11 April 2018

Hide and Abstract the physical layer

How to build an abstraction layer between physical and logical layers in the database code

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 7 April 2018

Extending built-in data types

add generic user defined table data types as extension to built-in ones

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 5 April 2018

Soft Delete

How to delete without deleting

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 3 April 2018

Configuration service database design pattern

In many cases, we are required to store configuration values for an application, application functionalities or user-specific parameters. Normally application-level parameters are stored in the configuration files. However, if the parameters values are driving domain or business logic inside of the database call, then making an external call to the…

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 30 March 2018

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Target Audience. Database developers, designers and architects. Background. I am lazy efficient, at least am trying to be. First I coded, and coded, and coded. Over time I realized that I like to code, but more, I like to code smart. So I start to read,…

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Posted in SQL Design Patterns on 30 March 2018