In this article I’ll discuss why I hated working with databases as a C# developer, and the tools and libraries I found that proved me wrong.
This is a continuation of a series of articles I’ve written on SQL Server concepts. When you work with SQL Server long enough on a database with enough traffic, you’re eventually going to encounter deadlocks. This article discusses what deadlocks are, how to interpret deadlock graphs, and some options for […]
This is a continuation of my prior article on SQL Server database concurrency. Every request to read from, modify, or even insert or delete data must first acquire a lock on a database object. That object could be anything from the entire database to a table to a range of […]
This is a short and sweet article discussing the importance of naming database constraints. It’s written from the perspective of someone mostly familiar with SQL Server databases.