January 10, 2008

The world according to Derek Rodner of EnterpriseDB

If you’re interested in the world of mid-range, OLTP, and/or open source database management systems, Derek Rodner’s blog is worth checking out. His 2007 Year in Review post deserves a look — even though it’s about as unbiased and spin-free as Bill O’Reilly’s TV show, in that combines multiple shots each at Oracle and MySQL with some plugs for EnterpriseDB. I’ve already praised his post a month ago listing large numbers of EnterpriseDB successes. Of course there are multiple heartfelt arguments on behalf of Postgres (too many to link to specifically). And he even has a great set of tips — which I hereby recommend to all my vendor clients — on how best to use Google AdWords.


One Response to “The world according to Derek Rodner of EnterpriseDB”

  1. Derek Rodner on January 10th, 2008 4:04 pm

    Thanks, Curt! I call em as I see em. And I definitely see them through a different lense than others… lol

    I started off trying to be unbiased. But, I think that’s really impossible, so I decided to just go with it in my 2007 Year in Review.


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