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Lessons Learned Building Storm

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Nathan Marz is currently working on a new startup. He was the lead engineer at BackType before being acquired by Twitter in 2011. At Twitter, he started the streaming compute team which provides and develops shared infrastructure to support many critical real-time applications throughout the company. Nathan is the creator of many open source projects, including projects such as Cascalog and Storm.

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Aug 11, 2013

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  • Not a hater either

    by Arturo Hernandez /

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    For people like me that have used SQL for a very long time, is clear that the heroic effort of ORM writers has not been awarded with good results. I'd say that the biggest shortcoming of SQL technology is that it doesn't do the whole work. I mean SQL code is not only parsed/compiled but is decomposed, analyzed to produce an execution plan. When was the last time C++, Haskell or any language created an execution plan!? Never! Oracle goes so far as to statistically analyze my data and then deciding if an index does not have enough values to be useful. I don't think we need an ORM, we don't need to map, we need an "SQL extender". We need to write more code with less execution information, and in consequence we need more automatic execution planners. Something that we can write code and do statistical analysis on my network latency so it can decide what to reduce first. If I only had time!!!

  • Re: Not a hater either

    by Arturo Hernandez /

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    Sorry, previous comment belongs to a different presentation. www.infoq.com/presentations/Core-logic-SQL-ORM, it can be removed.

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