by Howard Deiner
This talk focuses on the architectural and developmental differences between the old-style BDUF (Big Design Up Front) versus the modern iterative approach to database design.
Databases have been a part of the computing landscape since the beginning, and database administrators have been around almost as long. Their background and culture can be an impedance mismatch with modern Agile processes and practices. But it doesn’t have to be. This session explains the problems and solutions from both a process as well as practices standpoint, through a combination of presentation and demonstration.
18th–21st October 2011