- Wydawnictwo: Pragmatic Bookshelf
- Data wydania: 15 czerwca 2010
- Liczba stron: 300
Each chapter in this book helps you identify, explain, and correct a unique and dangerous antipattern. The four parts of the book group the anti?patterns in terms of logical database design, physical database design, queries, and application development.
The chances are good that your application's database layer already contains problems such as Index Shotgun, Keyless Entry, Fear of the Unknown, and Spaghetti Query. This book will help you and your team find them. Even better, it will also show you how to fix them, and how to avoid these and other problems in the future.
SQL Antipatterns gives you a rare glimpse into an SQL expert's playbook. Now you can stamp out these common database errors once and for all.
Whatever platform or programming language you use, whether you're a junior programmer or a Ph.D., SQL Antipatterns will show you how to design and build databases, how to write better database queries, and how to integrate SQL programming with your application like an expert. You'll also learn the best and most current technology for full-text search, how to design code that is resistant to SQL injection attacks, and other techniques for success.
Bill Karwin has been a software engineer for over twenty years, developing and supporting applications, libraries, and servers such as Zend Framework for PHP 5, the InterBase relational database, and the Enhydra Java application server.Throughout his career, Bill has shared his knowledge to help other programmers achieve success and productivity.Bill has answered thousands of questions, giving him a unique perspective on SQL mistakes that most commonly cause problems.
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