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Why is normalization required?


Database Normalization is a technique of organizing the data in the database. It is a systematic approach of decomposing tables into atomic entities to eliminate data redundancy and undesirable characteristics like Insertion, Update and Deletion Anomalies. 542 more words


Putting Down the Paranormal, or Sailing the Ship of Theseus until it Sinks

“I have an existential map.  It has ‘You are here’ written all over it” – Stephen Wright

People believe some strange stuff.  When those people live on the other side of the hill, we call it culture.  1,036 more words



Sign up for the Belfast anomaly to get hold of the lovely swag on offer!

The Enlightened swag team have been working hard and there is a lovely range of t-shirts and hoodies on offer as well as hats, stickers, badges and biocards. 40 more words


Spring-Heeled Jack...

With Spooktober here on Destination America, it’s time to delve into the archives a bit and consider a fairly obscure but historically interesting cryptid who reportedly terrorized London in the Victorian era. 215 more words


Anomalies: Listening to your secondaries with Service Fabric

This is the second post in the series describing different anomalies you may run into using modern databases or other storage systems.

Just turn this on… 402 more words

Service Fabric

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For Whom the Phantom Bells Toll: Major Moor and the Sorites Paradox

“You have to have an idea of what you are going to do, but it should be a vague idea” – Pablo Picasso

We like the astonishing.  2,402 more words