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Agile Database Techniques: Effective Strategies for the Agile Software Developer

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Describes Agile Modeling Driven Design (AMDD) and Test-Driven Design (TDD) approaches, database refactoring, database encapsulation strategies, and tools that support evolutionary techniquesAgile software developers often use object and relational database (RDB) technology together and as a result must overcome the impedance mismatchThe author covers techniques for mapping ...more
Paperback, 447 pages
Published October 17th 2003 by Wiley Publishing (first published October 11th 2003)
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Will
It is a book written for dbas, and as such tends to go over what agile and persistence frameworks are. Sadly, the book is also probably eight years out of date at this point, making comparisons between Castor and Osage a bit pointless.

There is some relevant material, but mostly in the regression framework and multiple sandboxes that can be set up. This book really needs a new revision out, including a section on Nosql.
J.
Ugh. What can I say? The subject matter is potentially very interesting and is definitely relative to my work; however, the book is written as though it is a college text and the endless self-promoting references (parenthetical, not footnotes, at that) are distracting. I feel this topic could have been presented in a more interesting manner. I can force myself to plow through it, but it sure could stand to be more captivating and less dry.
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Scott W. Ambler is a Canadian software engineer, consultant and author, currently Senior Consulting Partner at Scott Ambler + Associates.

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