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Magazine articles on database administration and programming.
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The Motley Fool
April 23, 2004
Mark Mahorney
MySQL Makes Waves Open-source database software MySQL is grabbing market share from major players. mark for My Articles 365 similar articles
April 19, 2004
Clint Boulton
Sybase Revs Up Real-time Database Software A new application enables the exchange of information between a database and messaging systems to boost performance. mark for My Articles 41 similar articles
April 14, 2004
Clint Boulton
MySQL Goes a Clustering Open-source database leader adds clustering to its mix for enterprise-level Web applications. mark for My Articles 180 similar articles
April 8, 2004
Michael Singer
Oracle Closes in on XQuery for 10g The database company says the XML-based markup language is the best answer to the sea of unstructured content in the enterprise. mark for My Articles 1001 similar articles
April 6, 2004
Clint Boulton
IBM's New 'Stinger' Database to Zap Pain Points IBM is close to launching its refreshed database, with new capabilities for Microsoft and Linux software. mark for My Articles 515 similar articles
PC Magazine
March 12, 2004
John Clyman
FileMaker Pro Gets Even Better Building on a strong foundation, this version adds improved capabilities for managing relationships, more sophisticated user-access controls, and other subtle improvements. mark for My Articles 32 similar articles
March 10, 2004
Yukon, Whidbey Delayed to 2005 Microsoft said it will delay the next versions of its SQL Server database software and Visual Studio development .NET environment until the first half of 2005, several months beyond the earlier frame of 2004. mark for My Articles 151 similar articles
Bio-IT World
February 18, 2004
A Perfect 10? Oracle's new 10g database comes complete with bells and whistles that only industrial-strength, compute-savvy life scientists will appreciate. mark for My Articles 632 similar articles
February 10, 2004
Ryan Naraine
Buffer Overflows Patched in Oracle 9i Database Oracle issues a fix for multiple vulnerabilities in its database server software. mark for My Articles 398 similar articles
January 30, 2004
Clint Boulton
IBM Wants Developers to Feel the Stinger Big Blue tailors its forthcoming database software to work more comfortably with the Eclipse open-source platform. mark for My Articles 810 similar articles
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