OneWebSQL™: Another competitor in the SQL schema generation “business”

I've been observing OneWebSQL™ for a year now, impatiently expecting its first public version and official go-live. I first discovered it during my regular jOOQ marketing work. I'm always closely observing competition for several reasons: It shows that the market is alive and active, which helps making jOOQ even more relevant jOOQ can incorporate the … Continue reading OneWebSQL™: Another competitor in the SQL schema generation “business”

ORM vs. SQL, compared to C vs. ASM

History is repeating itself. This is nothing new, but it takes wisdom (and Elephant memory) to remember when and how things had already happened in a similar way. When you feel that the whole SQL versus ORM debate is a bit boring and you may have seen it before, you're probably right. It's another religious … Continue reading ORM vs. SQL, compared to C vs. ASM

jOOQ and Hibernate, a discussion

Starting out from a rather emotional and maybe not really objective comparison between jOOQ and Hibernate, this turned out to be quite an interesting discussion. A must-read for jOOQ and SQL aficionados: http://www.reddit.com/r/java/comments/sk25o/forget_hibernate_jooq_is_byfar_the_best_database/ I personally like this comment here: "You'd be hard-pressed to find a database abstraction layer that can map to SQL better than #jOOQ does, … Continue reading jOOQ and Hibernate, a discussion

Suggestions for the Java, SQL and jOOQ Blog

This blog is picking up momentum and thus, relevance. With jOOQ, I have come a long way, working with Java, JDBC, and SQL. I have solved many problems that are worth discussion, and I know quite a few things about various RDBMS, and how they compare with each other. Some examples: Database Schema Navigation RDBMS … Continue reading Suggestions for the Java, SQL and jOOQ Blog