Welcome to the jOOQ Tuesdays series. In this series, we’ll publish an article on the third Tuesday every other month where we interview someone we find exciting in our industry from a jOOQ perspective. This includes people who work with SQL, Java, Open Source, and a variety of other related topics. We are excited to … Continue reading jOOQ Tuesdays: Markus Winand is on a Modern SQL Mission
We've been blogging about Java and SQL for a while now, on the jOOQ blog. Over the years, while researching interesting blog topics, we've discovered a lot of SQL gems in the blogosphere that have inspired our work and our passion for SQL. Today, we're presenting to you a list of 10 articles that we … Continue reading 10 SQL Articles Everyone Must Read
We've been blogging a lot about the merits of modern SQL on the jOOQ blog. Specifically, window functions are one of the most fascinating features. But there are many many others. Markus Winand, author of the popular book SQL Performance Explained has recently given a very well-researched talk about modern SQL. We particularly like his … Continue reading Still Using Windows 3.1? So why stick to SQL-92?
Subscribe to this newsletter here jOOQ 3.5 Outlook We're working hard on the next release. Already 90 issues for jOOQ 3.5 are closed and counting! Today, we're going to look at the highlights of what will be implemented in the next, exciting minor release, due for Q4 2014: Support for new databases Our customers have … Continue reading jOOQ Newsletter: August 15, 2014 – jOOQ 3.5 Outlook
Markus Winand from Use The Index, Luke! did it again. He started an exciting battle against one the biggest flaws in the SQL language: We've blogged about this before. OFFSET pagination is terribly slow, once you reach higher page numbers. Besides, chances are, that your database doesn't even implement it correctly, yet (and your emulation … Continue reading Join the No OFFSET Movement!
In online communities, the NoSQL topic (much like the ORM topic) is a guarantee to stir emotions. Many emotions are stirred by evangelists on either side for ideological or marketing reasons. Here's an interesting post by Alex Popescu, a passionate NoSQL and polyglot persistence evangelist, claiming that the recent trend to return to SQL is … Continue reading The Premature Return to SQL