Before starting with the book’s topic I want to explain how to set up an efficient environment and some good practice which can improve the code’s readability and quality. As somebody will notice these methods are completely opposite to the general code style trends. I’ll try to give the motivation for each rule. Anyway, in general because the SQL universe is a strange place this requires strange approach. In order to write and read effectively the SQL the coder should gain the capability to get a mental map between the query’s sections and the underlying logic.
This is almost the entire chapter 11. I’m still writing the final section, I’d like to put into a separate post though. I’ve also almost finished the restore’s performance. After this the book is complete. I will start a review to make it a decent writing before publishing onto lulu.com and amazon kindle. I’m not sure amazon permits to sell books for free I’ll find a solution anyway. A couple of things to know before start coding… This chapter is completely different from the rest of the book.