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The difference between libraries and frameworks

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The concept behind frameworks and libraries is to provide reusable code that you can use to perform everyday tasks so that developers don’t have to write all of the code from scratch for every project. However, there are some differences that you need to understand as you start writing code, which I will cover in this article.

2023-07-05

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Self-Service Databases

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When I first started work as a software developer, I knew that getting an environment set up where I could compile a project might take a few hours or a few days. The complexities of how people built software projects, the dependencies, and more were handled in a very immature manner. These days I can […]

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2022-11-16

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Normal Forms

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To prevent data change anomalies, a database should be normalized. Did you know that there are 10 normal forms? In this article, Joe Celko reviews normalizing databases including commonly used normal forms.

2020-12-15

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A Valid Type?

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DECLARE @variable CURSOR;

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