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Top 10 Database Stories Of 2013
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virsingh211
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virsingh211,
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12/24/2013 | 3:54:08 AM
Re: When NoSQL Makes NO Sense
What about  Datalog over SQL which i guess has a cleaner semantics and facilitates program understanding and more expressive, in particular for recursive queries.
David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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12/23/2013 | 4:42:46 PM
When NoSQL Makes NO Sense
I read the headline on your story wrong, and now I think I have a natural sequel for you: When NoSQL Makes NO Sense,

Are you seeing examples of the technology being applied inappropriately?

That's sequel, not SQL, btw.
Brian.Dean
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Brian.Dean,
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12/23/2013 | 1:44:50 PM
Whats next...
I suspect that in 2014 we will be hearing a lot about in-memory databases, since I/O communication between the processor and hard drives have been a big bottleneck, analysis etc keep getting more demanding -- the need for applications to be located in-memory becomes more apparent.

 


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