Imagine this: A new project starts with a clear vision and well-structured code. Over time, it takes on a life of its own, growing into a web of features, requirements, and code modules. Despite this growth proves the project’s success, it also increases its complexity, which can become overwhelming if not managed properly. You’ve heard this story before.

As all of us know, actual programming begins to steer this complexity into a maintainable and scalable form. We need to ensure that the expansion of our project is linear or at least predictable in its complexity. The project’s relational database schema is often a prime battleground for this effort.

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