The NoSQL movement has been gaining some steam lately, with discussion forums and mailing lists popping up all around the web. Despite having a career that has been centered on the RDBMS, I have made no secret that I think we have gone too far down with our RDBMS for everything mindset. I think we need to add a few more tools back into our data toolbox.
Today, 99.5% of new data centric developments started will use a RDBMS by default. Maybe .5 of a % will consider using something as obtuse as a NoSQL platform. By experience I know the majority of people discussing NoSQL platforms today are web developers. In[Read more...]