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Use MySQL’s Strict Mode on all new Projects!

MySQL is a database that has been bending the SQL standard in ways that make it hard to move off MySQL. What may appear to be a clever technique for vendor lockin (or maybe just oversight ...
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Between 0 and 1 – PWM with Raspberry Pi

Switch on and off an LED and let run a motor at one speed and direction is easy, but what if I want to e.g. control the brightness of an LED or control motor-speed? A kind of analog ...
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Don’t Miss out on Awesome SQL Power with FIRST_VALUE(), LAST_VALUE(), LEAD(), and LAG()

If you’re using a commercial database or PostgreSQL / Firebird / CUBRID, you will be able to take advantage of the full power of window functions. We’ve blogged about window functions’ ...
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What is your “x”? The technical details about the Devoxx Keynote Demo

If everything went fine, I just got off the stage and ended the demo part of Mike’s (@mpiech) demo.We talked a lot about xPaaS. The different pieces of the puzzle that we integrated ...
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Don’t Migrate to MariaDB just yet. MySQL is Back!

Now that I have your attention, I’d like to invite you to a critical review of where we’re at in the MySQL vs. MariaDB debate. Around one month ago, I visited Oracle Open World ...
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Development Overhead

What does a developer spend his time on? Writing code, debugging, thinking and communicating with colleagues (that includes meetings). Anything that is beyond these activities is unnecessary ...
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Painless Access from Java to PL/SQL Procedures with jOOQ

PL/SQL is one of those things. Most people try to stay clear of it. Few people really love it. I just happen to suffer from stockholm syndrome, since I’m working a lot with banks. Even ...
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Pair Programming for Team Building

Extreme programming (XP) introduced most people to pair programming. The theory was that the sooner that code was reviewed, the more effective the review — so how much more effective ...
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Have You Ever Wondered About the Difference Between NOT NULL and DEFAULT?

When writing DDL in SQL, you can specify a couple of constraints on columns, like NOT NULL or DEFAULT constraints. Some people might wonder, if the two constraints are actually redundant, ...
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Guess, don’t measure

I have lost count in how many occasions I have recommended to start all performance tuning activities by setting goals and measuring baseline instead of tuning random bits in your source ...
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