srikrishnamohan at gmail.com
Thu Mar 4 03:30:21 CET 2010
this would be a good place to start
On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 7:41 AM, Avid Fan <me at privacy.net> wrote:
> Jonathan Gardner wrote:
>> I see it as a sign of maturity with sufficiently scaled software that
>> they no longer use an SQL database to manage their data. At some point
>> in the project's lifetime, the data is understood well enough that the
>> general nature of the SQL database is unnecessary.
> I am really struggling to understand this concept.
> Is it the normalised table structure that is in question or the query
> Could you give some sort of example of where SQL would not be the way to
> go. The only things I can think of a simple flat file databases.
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