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Issue 55 — April 17, 2015
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Josh Berkus
“Inevitably, practices which are “necessary evils” tend to become “pervasive evils” in the hands of the untrained and the lazy. Not realizing that ID columns are a pragmatic compromise with application performance, many frameworks and development pragmas have enshrined numeric IDs as part of the logical and theoretical model of their applications.”


Neo4j
This article explores the differences between relational and graph databases and data models. In addition, it explains how to integrate graph databases with relational databases and how to import data from a relational store.


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RethinkDB
RethinkDB 2.0 inverts the traditional database model. Instead of polling for changes, the developer can tell RethinkDB to continuously push live query updates to an application.


Fourthbit
Implementing a fault-tolerant distributed key-value store isn’t easy, and while the implementation shown here isn’t production ready, there are lots of lessons to learn.


Datanami
The popular MySQL support and consulting company has a plan to go after MongoDB’s business with an alternative drop-in replacement.


James Serra
A quick overview of NoSQL database systems, with the most popular options in various groups (key value, graph, column, etc.)


ThingieQuery
An Excel plugin that lets you do things using SQL on Excel spreadsheets.


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