Freelancing is becoming more and more popular these days. While most freelancers are a one-man band, that’s not the only option. You could be a part of a collective and collaborate on larger and more complex projects. A data model that could power a freelancers collective’s app is the topic of today’s article.Freelancing is not new, but it’s becoming more and more popular. Working from 9:00 to 17:00 has certain advantages, but it also comes with many disadvantages. Therefore, an increasing number of people decide to become freelancers.
Did you know that you can embed your database model in your website? If you haven’t tried this yet, now’s your chance – we’ve recently improved the process. It’s an excellent way to share ideas with readers or make projects available to co-workers.You might have already seen some interactive models embedded in our blog. They look like this:If you want to find out how to embed your own model on a website, follow these steps.
As an SQL consultant, I often work with others to create new database models from scratch or modify existing schemas. Aside from the technical aspects, collaborations on database models can be tricky. Moving from environment to environment poses its own challenges: security restrictions sometimes prevent direct access to SQL instances, and technical resources from across the globe can be difficult to seamlessly integrate.Deterrents these may be, but they are not insurmountable. By abstracting the modelling effort into an online system-independent tool, the focus can shift from fixing problems to developing a better database.
So I’m sitting here thinking to myself: How should I share a new Vertabelo feature with you?Should I write an over-hyped article full of industry jargon and marketing-speak?Hmmm. Tried and failed.I’ve just gotta show you the feature straight up and how simple it is to use. More meat, little fat, no fluff :).Well tah dah! Here it is:Go ahead, click on it. Use the mouse wheel to zoom. Drag to pan. Click on the logo make the diagram bigger.