Microsoft has updated Azure in time for Christmas, with new tools for developers, reduced storage and operation costs for SQL, and Redmond’s promised integration with Hadoop as a limited preview for those who’ve been not naughty but nice. For developers, Azure now has access to libraries for .NET, Java, and Node.js, hosted on …
Postgres and MySQL support.
One of those things is not like the other.
I'd support you on Postgres. MySQL however... you might as well get support for Word Tables.
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