Mr. PL/SQL on NoSQL: YesSQL and the Oracle Database

Steven Feuerstein’s latest Confessions of a Dirty Programmer column actually focuses on – surprise – NoSQL. Yes, Mr. PL/SQL is writing about “Not Only SQL”.  In YesSQL and the Oracle Database, Steve addresses the NoSQL movement head on.  Is SQL old and tired?  Is Database a commodity?  Read on a Steven answers these questions, giving valid arguments why NoSQL and SQL (and of course PLSQL) can live together.  Btween Steven’s NoSQL perspectives and Iggy’s NoSQL information, you will be well-armed for NoSQL considerations.

If you have not seen this week’s ODTUG Technical Journal Corner – check it out now!

Next up is one of our ODTUG Editor’s Choice Award finalists, William Hodges on “Slow and Fast Changing Dimensions in Hyperion Planning”.  A fine paper – stay tuned.

After that, watch for our new BI columnist, Kevin McGinley, debuting with Part 1 of the three-part series, “Making the Case for Leveraging Agile and Continuous Integration in Oracle BI”.  Welcome Kevin!

 

Many thanks to Mark Rittman for bringing us years of BI Perspectives columns, all while maintaining many other writing, speaking and work commitments. BTW, Mark has an astounding T score if 1253!  No Low-T there.  Thank you Mark, and enjoy your “retirement”!

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