Daniel Earwicker Chief Software Architect
FISCAL Technologies Ltd

Two Cheers for SQL

SQL 2019-08-26

What is there to say about this old stain on the technology landscape? Settle in...

SQL is not "cool". It probably never has been. On the one hand there are the technologies we hate, and on the other the technologies no one uses.

Having spent a few years going back and forth on the merits of SQL, I'm in a weird place. I now think it is both underrated and overrated, and not merely because other people are too extreme in their opinions. I genuinely think SQL is both a fine idea and a terrible idea at the same time. There is a way of using it that makes sense, and many other ways that don't.

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