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2011

2010

NoSQL - Wikipédia

by srcmax

NoSQL (« Not Only SQL ») est une technologie relative aux bases de données, qui a émergé à partir du printemps 2009. Le terme se réfère au stockage non relationnel de données en vue d'améliorer les bases de données dans une direction nécessitant une évolutivité horizontale. NoSQL tente de répondre à cette exigence.

Why does Quora use MySQL rather than NoSQLs?

by nhoizey
"The primary online data store for an application is the worst place to take a risk with new technology. If you lose your database or there's corruption, it's a disaster that could be impossible to recover from."

Cours - Bases de données - PDF

by stoneland
Par L.Nerima * Introduction * Les fichiers (chap. 1) * L'approche base de données (chap. 2) * Le modèle entité-association (chap. 3) * Le modèle relationnel (chap. 4) * Le langage SQL (chap. 5) * Bibliographie

2009

WhoSampled - Discover and Discuss Music Samples and Cover Songs

by jpcaruana & 4 others (via)
ultimate database of sampled music and cover songs

scala-migrations - Project Hosting on Google Code

by jpcaruana (via)
Scala Migrations is a library to manage upgrades and rollbacks to database schemas. Migrations allow a source control system to manage together the database schema and the code using the schema. It is designed to allow multiple developers working on a project with a database backend to design schema modifications independently, apply the migrations to their local database for debugging and when complete, check them into a source control system to manage as one manages normal source code. Other developers then check out the new migrations and apply them to their local database. Finally, the migrations are used to migrate the production databases to the latest schema version. The Scala Migrations library is written in Scala and makes use of the clean Scala language to write easy to understand migrations, which are also written in Scala. Scala Migrations provides a database abstraction layer that allows migrations to target any supported database vendor.

osmos - Google Code

by jpcaruana (via)
Osmos provides on-disk ordered key-value tables for Erlang, based on a sort-merge machine with user-defined merging semantics. This allows a very high volume of updates to be handled efficiently while still supporting a variety of useful operations with transactional safety, e.g., adding to a counter, taking the union of sets, or simply replacing a record. Osmos is ideal for situations where updates are much more frequent than queries, for example, collecting statistics for reporting, and periodically generating reports.

flatula - Google Code

by jpcaruana
flatula is a simple "write-once" database for Erlang that provides an easy way to remember a piece of data, then look it up later using a compact identifier. See FlatulaHowTo for a brief introduction and tutorial.

Using Google Spreadsheets as a Database with the Google Visualisation API Query Language « OUseful.Info, the blog…

by srcmax & 2 others, 1 comment
Over the weekend, I started exploring the Google Visualisation API Query Language, which is reminiscent of SQL (if that means anything to you!). This language provides a way of interrogating a data source such as a public online Google spreadsheet and pulling back the results of the query as JSON, CSV, or an HTML table.

2008

freshmeat.net: Project details for dbkiss

by nhoizey
dbkiss is a one-file database browser that is easy to upload and use. It supports MySQL and PostgreSQL and features import/export of data, searching of the whole database or single tables, an advanced SQL editor, saving of templates, multi-query execution with pagination, and more