Mike Dillon

Where Logic Lives

We recently published an article about logic in the database about how you might structure the TSQL code in your SQL Server and decide what goes inside the database. New author Mike Dillon brings us a response to that article and some ideas about how you might make those decisions.

2005-08-23

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