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Understanding NoSQL Database Types: Graph Databases
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Understanding NoSQL Database Types: Graph Databases

SQL represents data stored in rows and tables, while high-growth NoSQL is data stores arranged via nested documents as columnar schemas or key-value pairs. One...

Anna Karenina On Development Methodologies
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Anna Karenina On Development Methodologies

The quest for development productivity.

NoSQL vs. SQL
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NoSQL vs. SQL

Broadly, NoSQL has an absence of strict schemas for entities/attributes, while SQL rigidly relates/regulates the two.  

NoSQL: A Beginner's Guide
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NoSQL: A Beginner's Guide

What exactly is NoSQL, and why should it matter in today's hyper-connected society?

Time to Exhume PSP?
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Time to Exhume PSP?

The Personal Software Process encourages programmer discipline. Largely forgotten, it does have a few wrinkles, but understanding and applying its core ideas remains...

The Year-Round Joys and Benefits of Open Source Software
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The Year-Round Joys and Benefits of Open Source Software

One of the things that makes us programmers feel warm and fuzzy is open source software. Companies support open source too. Why give something away for free? A...

Tracking Down a Seminal Work on Computer Construction – in Russian
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Tracking Down a Seminal Work on Computer Construction – in Russian

A Russian edition of Rutishauser's standard work on computer construction.

What Everyone Knows and What No One Knows
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What Everyone Knows and What No One Knows

Who cares about logic?

The Software that Led to the Lockdown
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The Software that Led to the Lockdown

One of the key drivers for the decision to lockdown the U.K. in late March 2020 was a computational epidemiological model developed at Imperial College, London....
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