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The Man Who Tortures Databases
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jemison288
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jemison288,
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9/7/2013 | 12:56:12 AM
re: The Man Who Tortures Databases
Although given the reliability of NASDAQ's systems, I'm not sure they could do much worse...
jemison288
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jemison288,
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9/6/2013 | 2:18:27 AM
re: The Man Who Tortures Databases
Yes, I would recommend Strange Loop for anyone looking to witness some really bright young people who are showing a number of really interesting things.
Lorna Garey
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9/5/2013 | 2:26:41 PM
re: The Man Who Tortures Databases
Good enough analysis that I don't mind having "Call Me Maybe" stuck in my head. You mention Strange Loop - I hadn't heard of that show before, but it looks interesting. Would you recommend it for DBAs?
D. Henschen
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9/5/2013 | 1:53:49 PM
re: The Man Who Tortures Databases
Good, hands-on stuff here, and a real eye-opener for anybody who assumes these next-gen databases come without compromises. It doesn't surprise me, then, that most of the NoSQL case examples I've seen have been applications that aren't quite as mission critical as, say, running a bank or trading floor.


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