Exploring the technology trends in basic, integrated, and cloud data services.
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July 23, 2012 11:12
I was quite excited when I read this article. As a "data person" I like to see ways that applications can be built to integrate better with the data. This one promises the ideal of the encapsulation we want along with being able to utilize more of the potential of the DBMS than often happens with these type of n-tier application architectures.
I've been showing it around to see what other people think. Would like to hear some feedback here, too.
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