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Lee McGraw commented on JIANG Buxing's blog post Stored Procedures: A Seemingly Nice Tool with Hidden Problems
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Stored Procedures: A Seemingly Nice Tool with Hidden Problems

The stored procedure is as widely used in database computing as the controversy around the technique is long-standing. By analyzing its two recognized merits, we try to locate the potential risks it poses and its application scenarios. The stored procedure keeps user interface and business logic separate!Today, it is a basic principle to separate user interface from business logic for application development. Different from the backstage data processing logic, the user interface runs in a…See More
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Stored Procedures: A Seemingly Nice Tool with Hidden Problems

The stored procedure is as widely used in database computing as the controversy around the technique is long-standing. By analyzing its two recognized merits, we try to locate the potential risks it poses and its application scenarios. The stored procedure keeps user interface and business logic separate!Today, it is a basic principle to separate user interface from business logic for application development. Different from the backstage data processing logic, the user interface runs in a…See More
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Field of Expertise
Analytics, Data Integration, Visualization, BI, Other, Big Data, Data Science
Professional Status
C-Level
Years of Experience:
20
Your Company:
Raqsoft
Industry:
Software
Your Job Title:
President/Chief Data Scientist
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Stored Procedures: A Seemingly Nice Tool with Hidden Problems

Posted on October 16, 2017 at 11:30pm 2 Comments

The stored procedure is as widely used in database computing as the controversy around the technique is long-standing. By analyzing its two recognized merits, we try to locate the potential risks it poses and its application scenarios.

 

The stored procedure keeps user interface and business logic separate!

Today, it is a basic principle to separate user interface from business logic for application development. Different from the backstage data processing…

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What You Possibly Don’t Know About Columnar Storage

Posted on September 12, 2017 at 11:00pm 0 Comments

Columnar storage is a familiar data storage technique that is used by many data warehousing products because of its high effectiveness in many computing scenarios. The technique is usually a synonym of high-performance within the industry.

But is columnar storage a perfect strategy? A google shows that criticisms surrounding it are mainly about data modification. There are few discussions of its application to the read-only data analysis and computing, which will be taken care…

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The Triple-layered Reporting Architecture

Posted on August 27, 2017 at 10:30pm 3 Comments

By JIANG Buxing 

In conventional reporting architecture, a reporting tool is connected directly to data sources, without a data computing layer in between. Most of the time, the middle layer isn’t needed, and the computing purpose can be realized within the data source and by the reporting tool respectively. But development experience has taught us that there are certain types of reports for which the computations are not suitable to be handled either by data source or the…

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How Big Is A Terabyte of Data

Posted on August 20, 2017 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

How Big Is a Terabyte of Data?

By JINAG Buxing

It seems that one mile distance isn’t long, and that a cubic mile isn’t that big if compared with the size of the earth. You may be surprised if I tell you the entire world’s population could all fit in a cubic mile of space. Hendrik Willem van Loon, a Dutch-American writer, once wrote the similar thing in one of his books.

Teradata is a famous provider of database…

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