Friday May 6th

Thursday May 5th

MySQL eye for an Microsoft SQL Server guy

As I've been porting Subtext to MySQL, it's been a learning experience. I've come to both marvel at MySQL's simplicity and tear my hair out at the maddening insanity of half-implemented features. I go back and forth between saying "SQL Server should have done this" and "SQL Server had this in 1997, why can't these guys".


In my experience, I've seen that MySql is fine and dandy for small apps or basic php scripts, but it doesn't cut it for enterprise level development. This article explains why.

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