My copy of the book “ProSQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation , 5th Edition” by Louis Davidson with Jessica Moss arrived this week. I’m excited to work my way through it.
A well designed database will significantly increase the performance of your database and greatly improve your ability to write efficient and effective SQL queries. From a lean perspective, an effective database design is equivalent to “quality at the source”. Your ability to work with your data is inextricably intertwined with the design of the database itself.
Improving a car’s performance begins with the very engine that drives it. The same is true for your database. At 14 chapters and 791 pages, the content of the book is thorough and logical, covering the latest features and enhancements to SQL Server 2016.
Although many developers are inclined to control database activities from the client side “front end”, greater performance can be achieved on the server side. SQL Server 2016 is a powerful relational database management system where the greatest benefits are reaped by implementing a well designed relational database.
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