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    Neo4j, Cassandra, and FluidDB represent a breed of databases that swiftly search social networking data.
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    Slacker databases break all the old rules

    Posted March 24, 2009 - 3:38 pm

    In the past, if you had some data to store, the answer was simple: Hook up an official database, pour the data into it, and let the machine sort everything out. Now things aren't so cut and dry. A fresh round of exciting new tools is tacking the two letters "db" onto a pile of code that breaks with the traditional relational model.
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    If you regularly work with DBF files, CDBF is worth checking out.
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