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RE: XML faster than mySQL database ?

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Thatcher wins.  The Yugo won't cross the finish line, 
(YuGo but You May Not Come Back!) 
if Andretti has to drive it all out for 48 hours, 
and Thatcher never lost a race she was determined 
to win given a sufficiently powerful party to 
carry her.

Platforms matter.


-----Original Message-----
From: Ken North [mailto:ken_north@c...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 1:46 PM
Subject: Re:  XML faster than mySQL database ?

> >Plus, there is something that you need to define : what is 'fast' ?
> What i mean with 'fast' ? I want to know what is faster:
> > What is faster ? A boat or a Porsche ?

How well you can dynamically generate content for the Web site is more a
function of techniques and developer skill than whether you are using mySQL
or an XML database.

Given a Porsche, a Yugo, and the LeMans raceway, who will win a 24-hour


Does it matter if Michael Andretti is driving the Yugo and Margaret Thatcher
is driving the  Porsche?


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