How to create fast database queries


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I had a vision tonight.

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A huge, dark, grim figure approached me, seized me with its long bony arms and made me see all the vanity of the world we are living in.

Bloated database engines, useless ACID requirements, meaningless joins are now in the past for me.

I decided to move to NoSQL.

Where do I begin?

Written by Quassnoi

April 1st, 2010 at 1:00 pm

Posted in Miscellaneous

6 Responses to 'NoSQL'

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  1. Heh, fortunately you can use Pg 9.1 when it comes out, the theme is ‘NoSQL’ too.



    1 Apr 10 at 22:05

  2. @Jay: They are going to keep ACID and relational model. Cheaters.


    1 Apr 10 at 22:20

  3. April 1 – The one day nothing on the internet can be trusted.


    2 Apr 10 at 00:52

  4. @Corey: the whole Internet had been buzzing about that NoSQL thing for a year. Now every database blog writes about NoSQL and none really believes it only because it’s April 1!


    2 Apr 10 at 01:11

  5. hey, it’s back to the future… you can always do mumps, er I mean intersystem’s cache, the granddaddy of databases


    19 Apr 10 at 06:29

  6. @rosmi Ah, Caché, my fav. DB. Still relational & very much ACID.

    @Quassnoi MongoDB for you ;)


    16 Jan 11 at 15:12

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