A friend of mine recently found a nice tutorial about jOOQ on the web: http://ikaisays.com/2011/11/01/getting-started-with-jooq-a-tutorial This was written by Ikai Lan, a Google App Engine developer. See also my previous blog post about a jOOQ integration example with Google Cloud SQL: https://blog.jooq.org/jooq-and-google-cloud-sql-example/
This is all too simple. Here's how you can create an easy jOOQ / Google Cloud SQL integration example: Sign up with Google App Engine Sign up with Google Cloud SQL Create a Google App Engine project (preferably with Eclipse) Add jOOQ to your project Add your generated schema to your project Done Google Cloud … Continue reading jOOQ and Google Cloud SQL Example
After SQL Server (SQL Azure) and MySQL (Google Cloud SQL), there is now also a SQL Anywhere database available in the cloud: http://www.sybase.ch/fujibeta It's called Sybase SQL Anywhere OnDemand or code name Fuji. I guess the connotation is that your data might as well be relocated to Fuji. Or your DBA might as well work … Continue reading Cloud Fever now also at Sybase
"The Cloud" is probably the biggest IT buzzword in 2011. It may as well be as meaningless and as short-lived as its predecessors "web 2.0" and "dotcom", but clearly, the big companies are aiming for "The Cloud" right now. After Microsoft's all-out marketing campaign for Windows Azure and its sub-product SQL Azure, there is now … Continue reading Google Cloud SQL, the next step for jOOQ?