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Re: [school-discuss] MySQL in classroom

On Mon, Aug 23, 2004 at 09:22:10AM -0600, Cameron Miller wrote:
> From a teaching perspective one now has a large open source
> arsenal of proven database systems including Postgres, SAP,
> Firebird, Sleepycat, and MySQL which all have significant
> markets and uses.

Well if talking Sleepycat (app-embedded database), maybe it's
worth looking at SQLite and metakit -- small-footprint, zero-adm
databases for small tasks.

I think there's going to be a vacuum in proper specialists on
embedded technologies in 5 years, so it may be worth considering.

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