Re: Object-relational impedence

From: Thomas Gagne <tgagne_at_wide-open-west.com>
Date: Mon, 03 Mar 2008 13:15:24 -0500
Message-ID: <E_CdnQtptKuE3VHanZ2dnUVZ_uvinZ2d_at_wideopenwest.com>


Roy Hann wrote:
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>
> Until I know their reasons for their views on data structures I couldn't
> say. However I notice that I am surrounded by programmers who consume most
> the development budget writing code, and when a change request comes along I
> can accommodate it in the database in minutes and they spend months spewing
> out more code (sometimes after doing an extensive and expensive impact
> assessment). Code may not be evil, but it sure has a case to answer.
>
Roy, that's a great example of why I advocate for a separation (loosely-coupled) between applications and databases.

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