Since we're talking about databases...
tbray at textuality.com
Tue Feb 2 00:47:38 GMT 1999
One reason that I've been particularly interested in these threads is that
I've been doing a bunch of work for a German company named Software AG.
Those who have some grey hairs will remember a database package named
"ADABAS" that used to be hot stuff in pre-relational days (still is
pretty hot stuff, but marginalized due to being non-relational).
Anyhow, they've been working on a REALLY BIG REALLY FAST xml data store,
and have actually started talking a little bit about this in public:
Pretty thin information as yet, but people who are interested in wrangling
XML en masse should keep an eye on these guys. -Tim
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