I am a huge fan of mySQL, but I wouldn't call it it enterprise class.
Oracle, of course, is enterprise class, but you would absolutely need a
full-time DBM to manage it. It is an incredibly complex and powerful
I was the director of technical marketing and HR for a web software
engineering firm in Manhattan before coming home to Vermont. Oracle
DBMs I regularly interviewed basically START at 6 figure salaries and
that's essentially for someone with _very_ little experience. There's a
reason for that.
On Dec 1, 2004, at 9:12 AM, Dave Tisdell wrote:
> We need to start using an enterprise
> class database such as MySQL (or you could go for the big bucks and
> complexity and use oracle).
david herren - shoreham, vt us na terra solsys orionarm
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