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SQLite: Intro to Joins Part 3

Okay, so let’s just jump into right where we left off.

Show me the Names and Levels of all Warrior characters and the Skills they are currently able to cast… 746 more words


Lean Code - Visual Tools

I’ve said it many times and it bears repeating:

Be careful who teaches you!

The following paragraph is cited from a book titled “Getting started with IntelliJ IDEA” by Hudson Orsine Assumpcao (October 2013), Chapter 3 “Working with Databases”.

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Statistics of usage -- Can the figures of 2 or 3 databases be useful in benchmarking?

For comparison of usage figures, we have compared our lists of the available databases in our universities. While comparing them we have realised that our lists of available databases are very different. 659 more words

Library Benchmarking

Docker for Databases (Part 1)

Docker containers were created with dynamic data in mind. This meant that, out of the box, Docker containers did not know how to deal with persistent data such as large databases. 745 more words


Let's talk libraries and databases!

After a wonderful genealogy/ DNA friend helped me refind something again, I thought it might be wise to share some things I learned from this whole scenario! 616 more words


Working with big data databases in Delphi – Cassandra, Couchbase and MongoDB (Part 3 of 3)

This final part of our trilogy on big data databases introduces a Delphi driver for MongoDB. This driver is independent from any other data access frameworks in Delphi and provides direct and efficient access to data on a MongoDB server. 2,617 more words

Nonclustered Index Design Guidelines

A nonclustered index contains the index key values and row locators that point to the storage location of the table data.

You can create multiple nonclustered indexes on a table or indexed view. 736 more words