A NoSQL (originally referring to “non SQL” or “non relational”) database provides a mechanism for storage and retrieval of data that is modeled in means other than the tabular relations used in relational databases.
In this podcast, I explain why for 99% of projects, you are probably better off with an SQL database. The need for sharded (sharding) databases, and horizontal scaling (one of the mentioned key advantages of noSQL databases) is exceptionally rare.
In this vlog style podcast, I talk about ‘programmers pain’ and the quickest way to becoming a professional developer. Whether you want to work for a company full time, start a freelancing development business, or create your own business, the strategies I teach in this video will speed things up.
Welcome to the Need2Nerd podcast! This is all about being a developer and entrepreneur. I go over recent news and answer nerd (programming and development) and entreprenerd (business, freelance and entrepreneur) questions.
In this video, you learn about HTML5 and cutting edge CSS techniques. As long as you know basic HTML and CSS, you should be good to watch this video lesson. And yes, all the modern web browsers support this.
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Well, I’ve learned over the years that the best way to learn anything is to just do it. I would say that the theory-to-practical mix, should be say 20% theory and 80% practical.
Yep, academic shills (regardless of profession) are not only useless, they’re down right dangerous!! To avoid becoming an evil useless shill, you need to step it up and actually build websites, write code, make mistakes and learn from it.