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Fluent Entity Framework by Rebecca M. Riordan

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OOA&D

In the last exercise I asked you to think about whether the principles of relational database design apply to OOP. Let’s look at some examples:

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One way to think about the differences between relational database design and OOA&D is to think about their goals:

 

• Databases are meant to manage changes to data.

• Object designs are meant to manage changes to requirements.

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