Originally authored by Damir Sudarevic Logging tables are usually at the periphery of a design effort,
sometimes added as an after-thought. Usually, a...
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Node.js is often used to build highly asynchronous endpoints
for web applications. Although application built with Node.js are often...
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Time and again, you’ll find blog posts like this one here telling you the same “truths” about SQL vs....
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The NoSQL hype is omnipresent. And many startups are tempted to go
for Cassandra/MongoDB/HBase/Redis/… . Here I’ll argue why they should
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Running SQL install scripts can be tedious. They get so far, and then fail. Finding out where they failed isn't always easy and when the problem is fixed,...
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Awake SQL is an Open Source framework which enables remote JDBC access through HTTP. Java Desktop App developers just need to include regular JDBC calls in...
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Background My initial U.S. Air Carrier Flight Delays, Monthly dataset for the Windows Azure Marketplace DataMarket
was intended to incorporate individual...
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This release focused on reducing the number of clicks and typing a user needs to perform when editing their database design. This release featured a new major...
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Craigslist gets by using a variety of SQL and NoSQL. This video, presented by Jeremy Zawodny, discusses the use of MySQL, memcached, Redis, MongoDB, Sphinx,...
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release includes new features and improvements to essentially every
major part of DbWrench. No particular area was focused upon,...
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The current state of SQL may cause some developers physical pain, especially when they see an industry-wide survey released by Couchbase yesterday that suggest...
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The major point of many of Martin Fowler's blog posts, repeated in his
book, is that NoSQL represents a movement away from integrating on the
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