SQL SERVER Database Coding Standards and Guidelines – Introduction

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I have received many many request to do another series since my series SQL Server Interview Questions and Answers Complete List Download. I have created small series of Coding Standards and Guidelines, as this is the second most request I have received from readers. This document can be extremely long but I have limited to very few pages as it is difficult to follow thousands of the rules. My experience says it is more productive developer and better code if coding standard has important fewer rules than lots of micro rules.

Next two days I will be posting Database Coding Standards and Guidelines. This are the coding standards which I use in my company. There is extra addendum also, which I will be not posting here as that is specific to our company only. Please let me know if you think I have missed any important coding standard rules, I will accommodate them.

Please feel free to contact me if any of you want to write mini series with me.

Complete Series of Database Coding Standards and Guidelines
SQL SERVER Database Coding Standards and Guidelines – Introduction
SQL SERVER – Database Coding Standards and Guidelines – Part 1
SQL SERVER – Database Coding Standards and Guidelines – Part 2
SQL SERVER Database Coding Standards and Guidelines Complete List Download

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

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17 thoughts on “SQL SERVER Database Coding Standards and Guidelines – Introduction

  1. i found your site very interesting
    really its having lot of stuff in it
    finally i thank you for publishing this site

  2. sir please tell some concepts related to constraints in sql server 2005.which constraint accept null and which constraint reject it and why

  3. Hi
    Mr. dave…i am very impressed by going through ur notes….
    It is much helpful for me to develop new ERP for my organisation……..
    regards……….

  4. Pingback: SQL SERVER – Weekly Series – Memory Lane – #032 | Journey to SQL Authority with Pinal Dave

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