----- Original Message -----
> From: "Rick James" <rjames@stripped>
> * should not begin with the table name
Personally, I tend to prefix all column names with three-letter abbreviations of the table
name, so that they are both unique across joins, and it's obvious what table they're from
wherever they appear.
> * ids should be spelled the same between tables (`foo_id` both where
> it is the PK, and where it is a FK)
Yeps, and together with the above convention it is also immediately clear what table that
key links to.
Beyond that, make names descriptive. Don't use field_1, field_2 and field_3; call them
name, age and gender.
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