Thursday, April 28, 2005

Adam Bosworth la MySQL Users Conference 2005

Foarte interesanta expunerea lui Adam Bosworth la MySQL Users Conference 2005 (via Daniel H. Steinberg
):
Bosworth advocated an open model for data.(...)
Imagine if you can query any data that is available anywhere in the world. Bosworth said that what this requires is a single, simple, open wire format for items. The format needs to be simple for any P programmer to deliver and any JavaScript programmer to consume. He also pointed out that "complex things tend to break and simple things tend to work." Google has the simplest query language in the world. There is no structure and no syntax.


Si mai ales asta m-a facut sa gandesc altfel asupra proiectului la care lucrez:
Bosworth said you need to limit your queries to those that can be easily implemented by everybody and those that can be handled by a single machine. This requires that your queries run at the item level. This might feel odd to those used to dealing with databases, as this means you are not likely to perform joins, aggregations, or subqueries. There is plenty of SQL that cannot be supported.



Deocamdata ma rezum la a da citate, sper ca in curand sa imi aduc o mai mare contributie la "data-openess" in .ro (o combinatie intre asta si asta).

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