Is it the end of the line for SQL?
pwarren 2 years ago
For a couple of decades, businesses have been standardizing on SQL-based databases for dealing with large data sets. Recently a bunch of new databases have hit the scene which are more optimized for web-based viewing and analysis.
Is this the end of the line for SQL? Or will there Microsoft, Oracle, and others come up with updates for their versions of SQL that can address its current shortcomings?
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