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Re: Testing relational databases

From: Phlip <phlipcpp_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 09 Jul 2006 22:20:55 GMT
Message-ID: <bjfsg.129019$dW3.122924@newssvr21.news.prodigy.com>


Bob Badour wrote:

> You found that idiot's nonsense important?!? Egad!

Cite some of his idiocy here, so we may examine it, please.

> Deciding at whim to alter the logical design of a database (or of anything
> else for that matter) is sure to lead to something arbitrary and random.
> Having observed such randomness more often than not, I conclude it is
> altogether too common.

Ah, so you observed it in the context of wall-to-wall unit tests, relentless code reviews, and frequent releases?

(Gee, this feels like old times!)

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  Phlip
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Received on Sun Jul 09 2006 - 17:20:55 CDT

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