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From:Dan Nelson Date:March 3 2004 3:57pm
Subject:Re: PgSQL vs MySQL
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In the last episode (Mar 03), david.best@stripped said:
> > Would you trust anything to developers who do not know what they
> > are doing?
> > 
> > As a _novice_ developer I learned the noted aspects of MySQL: it's
> > part of knowing how the database works and how to use it, and not
> > terribly sophisticated.
> 
> Then you may be a good developer but experience tells me (7 years as
> an Oracle DBA) that developers don't take the time to learn the
> intricacies of a particular database.  So if you plan on using mysql,
> make all your developers read that gotcha's page.

You may need better developers then :)  If you don't learn about the
database you're coding for, you are always going to get average or
below-average performance/quality.  All databases have their "gotchas".

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	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
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