Classic database/schema migration patterns are a nightmare for modern systems. As Software Engineers push for a more distributed ecosystem, one is tempted to ask: “Why should the code that manages one system, live with the application code of another system?” “But Brad, this is really convenient”. I agree that it is really convenient when you’re… Read more »
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