Monthly Archives: November 2012

Thoughts on Data Quality

Data quality is an elusive goal. The more we try to keep accurate records in database systems, the more it seems that at least some of that data is just plain wrong. Why is this so? Speed to market issues … Continue reading

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The Ten Database Commandments

Thou shalt always design databases from a logical data model. Thou shalt always document thy database design. There are many important aspects of database administration, but of them all, data integrity shalt always remain the most important. Thou shalt encrypt … Continue reading

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