In this much overdue article, I will explain why I think that in almost all cases, you should implement a “database first” design in your application’s data models, rather than a “Java first” design (or whatever your client language is), the latter approach leading to a long road of pain and suffering, once your project…
— Read on blog.jooq.org/2018/06/06/truth-first-or-why-you-should-mostly-implement-database-first-designs/
I love the premise of this article: Just because you are a Self-Taught Developer/IT Guy doesn’t make you any less authentic in your field than someone with a BS or an MS.
Planning vs. Acting is procrastination. Just go after it.
via @DZone: https://dzone.com/articles/do-you-have-self-taught-imposter-syndrome?edition=304154&utm_source=Daily%20Digest&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=dd%202017-06-09
With the high cost and low quality of College courses these days, it has surpassed the threshold of not being with the value it once offered.
I came across this blog on Twitter to day. This is rather interesting. I am glad to see SQL Server becoming more ubiquitous. One of my favorite DBMS’.