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Database Design Principles

Over the past few years, I've done a significant amount of Database Administrator (DBA) work in Oracle, Microsoft SQL and MySQL, and I've seen a lot of different approaches to databases. Needless to say, some have been more successful than others, and some have downright confounded me. While everyone has their own style and approaches, there are just some that are bad and should be avoided.

Hence, I've decided to create a topic on my blog here for Database Design Principles (DDP for short) where I can share the general mistakes I've seen, along with better suggested approaches to the problem. Some of these will be specific to certain database applications, but I plan on keeping things pretty general in order to help as many people as possible.

So keep an eye out for this new intermittent feature here on my blog!

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