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Some NoSQL posts from Redmonk – new frontiers in data scalability

we gathered these up for a client, so i thought i might as well hit “publish” to web in case y’all are interested. Could you have done this by searching or using categories? sure. but good packaging always helps!

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Visualization:

http://redmonk.com/sogrady/2010/04/17/yoursql-mysql-and-nosql-the-mysql-conference-report/

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  1. James Governor’s Monkchips » Some NoSQL posts from Redmonk – new frontiers in data scalability http://monk.ly/cOzRmF
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  2. Fantastic starting point for learning more about the NoSQL movement. http://bit.ly/aWl9Zy
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  3. Some NoSQL posts from Redmonk – new frontiers in data scalability: we gathered these up for a client, so i thought… http://bit.ly/a7Jc57
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