Most of what I know about agile development of database applications I learned from Fast & Furious movies.
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Makes sense, right? Everyone is always talking about application development being Fast, and working Furiously to meet deadlines, so I found a lot of inspiration in those movies.
Anyway, as the product marketing manager for Toad, they don’t let me write code. And that’s probably a good thing. For everybody. Still, I want to pass on to you some of the noblest, most Fast & Furious ideas for ensuring that your code functions correctly.
If those inspirational quotes don’t help you ensure that the code you write for your database applications functions correctly, nothing will.
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About Josh Howard
Josh Howard is a Worldwide Product Marketing Manager for Dell’s Information Management Group focused on database, business intelligence and big data analytics solutions. Josh has been with the Dell product team since 2010 where he leads the go-to-market strategies for Dell’s Toad™ product portfolio.You can follow Josh on Twitter at @joshoward or LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/in/joshoward/
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