Mindy Curnutt is an Integration Architect for Unisys (http://www.unisys.com)
working with Windows 2000 Data Center Server and SQL Server 2000. She has
worked with relational databases since 1995; SQL Server since version 6.5.
She has been involved in the development of manufacturing (MRP),
sales/accounting (ERP), customer relations (CRM), medicare billing,
equipment maintenance management, image/document tracking and development
process control systems. Mindy is a member of the North Texas SQL Server
User's Group (http://www.immedient.com/SQLUsersGroup/). She enjoys
developing databases, data driven webpages, playing guitar, singing,
gardening, rubber stamping and geneology.
Designing your application so that Stored Procedures are the only database objects that are accessed is generally the best practice. Agree? Disagree? Read this article by guest columnist Mindy Curnutt to see what she thinks!