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Australia finds $1 BEELLION to replace No-SQL DATABASE

AndyDent

"The industry seems to be moving in the latter direction"

Weelll, according to Dave Thomas's presentation at the Yow West conference in Perth this week, that might change. He showed some very interesting figures about server affordability and performance from databases like KDB.

End-user programming is going to come back and when I commented to him that it sounds an awful lot like the Pick system, he grinned and said Yup!

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