How Databases Handle 10 Million Devices In High-cardinality Benchmarks
tl;dr: "If you're working with large amounts of data, you've likely heard about high-cardinality or ran into issues relating to it. It might sound like an intimidating topic if you're unfamiliar with it, but this article explains what cardinality is and why it crops up often with databases of all types."
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Old, Good Database Design
tl;dr: The author discusses the importance of Database design and runs through several tools to achieve it - normalization, data types, constraints, and more.
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Things I Wished More Developers Knew About Databases
tl;dr: Useful insights for developers that don't specialize in databases.
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Database Design Standards
tl;dr: Curtis runs through some tips on database design - whether to go with camel case names or underscore_names, plural or singular tables, column naming, and more.
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The Next 50 Years Of Databases
tl;dr: A look at the past, present and future of databases. The most fascinating prediction is that "the role of humans as database administrators will cease to exist." Future systems will be too complex and "DBMSs will be completely autonomous and self-healing."
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