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The Database Programmer
This blog is for anyone who wants to learn about databases, both simple and advanced. Since all non-trivial websites require a database, and since database skills are different from coding skills, there is very good reason for any programmer to master the principles of database design and use.
Added: Fri Jan 18 2008; URL: http://database-programmer.blogspot.com/;
id = 132
Database Debunkings: Where Persistent Prevailing Database Fallacies Are Dispelled
Reflections on the (in the site authors' view) sorry state of database
technology, as currently implemented in the computing industry. Or: why
the (True) Relational Model is the End-All Solution to all data management
and storage problems... except that no existing product (DBMS) on the market
actually implements it. C. J. Date is a major contributor to this site.
Added: Sat Jun 29 2002; URL: http://www.dbdebunk.com/;
id = 12
The Database Column
A multi-author blog on database technology and innovation.
Added: Thu Sep 06 2007; URL: http://www.databasecolumn.com/;
id = 106
H2 Database Engine
Very fast database engine ;
Free, with source code ;
Written in Java ;
Supports standard SQL, JDBC API ;
Embedded and Server mode, Clustering support ;
Strong security features ;
Experimental native version (GCJ) and ODBC drivers;
Added: Mon Jun 18 2007; URL: http://www.h2database.com/;
id = 81
HenPlus is a SQL shell written in Java that works for any database that offers JDBC support. So basically any database. Has context sensitive command line completion for commands and tables / columns / variables within SQL-commands. Command line history just like in the bash (with cursor-up/down, CTRL-R, ...), and several other features. Available in Debian / Ubuntu via apt-get.
Added: Thu Jul 26 2007; URL: http://henplus.sourceforge.net/;
id = 84
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