Re: Against the Grain: Pascal commentary about XML and databases
Jonathan Robie wrote: > Of course, Fabian would then go on to say that the only sound kind of DBMS > is a relational database, but I hope we can feel free to differ with him on > that. And then I'm sure that most people made the same argument about relational databases before the 1980s. At that time, they were still, for the most part, a novelty, and by no means the norm... Not to mention the fact that they weren't stable and the technology behind them couldn't be considered 'sound'. Hell, most of them still [expletive deleted]. -- Tom Bradford --- The dbXML Project --- http://www.dbxml.org/ We store your XML data a hell of a lot better than /dev/null
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