Design Principles Behind Smalltalk, Revisited
bernard.notarianni at gmail.com
Tue Jan 2 12:04:31 UTC 2007
J J-6 wrote:
> But at the enterprise level (i.e. lots of different programs over a large
> organization) I still see RDBMS as the winner. And the reason I see it
> way is simply: SQL/RDB can be seen as a DSL system for dealing with set
> data. There is a tremendous amount of power built into it for this
> particular domain that would be difficult to make more concise in another
> way. I suppose it is just a question of how comfortable one is with SQL.
I never had the opportunity to work on an Object Oriented Database (such as
Gemstone) used for integration between multiple applications, as would be a
RDB. I suppose it could offer very efficient, simple and powerfull solution
Anyone has some feedback?
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