The July/August edition of Real Studio Magazine came out this week. In my regular BKeeney Briefs column titled “Rethinking Processes – Don’t Keep Doing What You’re Doing Wrong” I talk about how we looked at our database projects, identified what went wrong most of the time, and then came up with a solution to avoid those problems. That solution ended up being ActiveRecord and we now use it on practically all projects.
This is the magazine after Real World so there are a number of in-depth reports on the many things that were announced.
My question to all of you is this: Have you ever looked back at your processes/code and decided it wasn’t efficient or very good and then came up with a solution that you now use all the time?