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Atwood's advice from 2004 rings true still today, only we now have the benefit of ORM as well. http://blog.codinghorror.com/who-needs-stored-procedures-anyways/ Stored Procedures should be considered database assembly language: for use in only the most performance critical situations. There are plenty of ways to design a solid, high performing data ...


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It is helpful to distinguish two types of access control: Vertical - functions that some users can access and some users cannot. For example, anyone can view the home page, but only admin can ban a user. Horizonal - functions that multiple users can access, but the data is segregated. For example, everyone can access "inbox" - but they see only their own ...



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