Monthly Archives: July 2012

Endangered Species: Corporate IT

Post by Matt Bjornson

Dear Corporate America, You deserve better.  Your Corporate IT Department sucks.  Sadly, you know this all too well. They claim they are ‘Agile’, but require six to twelve months to release a new web app. Corporate ‘standards’ that stifle innovation … Continue reading

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Transactional DDL

Post by Luke Bredeson

If you’ve written any reasonably complex MySQL script you may have been disappointed to find out that DDL statements in MySQL cause an implicit commit (looks like Oracle also suffers from this problem).  In practical terms, this means that if you executed … Continue reading

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