Tag Archive for standard

MongoDB is Hot, Hot, Hot

Fire! Fire!

by Angela Guess Matt Asay of The Register recently wrote, “Increasingly the third standard within enterprises for databases, MongoDB, has been claiming a lot of victories lately. In relative terms, it has become the second-hottest skill to have on one’s resume, right after HTML5, according to Indeed.com job trend data. And despite plenty of hating on its…

A Standard NoSQL Language?


by Angela Guess Klint Finley of DevOpsAngle recently opined that NoSQL solutions are in need of a common language. He writes, “UnQL, under development by Couchbase, Microsoft and SQLiteis one of the most ambitious NoSQL query language projects I know of. The project seeks to deliver a universal SQL-like query language for document databases and other relatively…