Glorp Subqueries – notExists:

I decided to get back to blogging after a very long break. Since I am quite busy with our Kontolino! project, I also decided that I need to get back to blogging with small articles that require little time - but might still be useful. So here is the idea: I am struggling with Glorp … Continue reading Glorp Subqueries – notExists:

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Beautiful little tutorial on how to build a complete Seaside Application with an RDB Backend

Sven just announced the availability of a new tutorial named "Reddit.st — In 10 Cool Pharo Classes".I am fascinated by how short and clear this piece is. It really explains all you need to know to get started building a Seaside Application using Glorp and Postgres as a database. It is nice to read and really covers … Continue reading Beautiful little tutorial on how to build a complete Seaside Application with an RDB Backend

The case against Static SQL

The older readers of this blog may remember that, back in the days, in a world where databases were relational and resided on big iron there was one commandment that you simply couldn't ignore: THOU SHALT NOT USE DYNAMIC SQL! There were several reasons that sounded reasonable to me. The first one was execution speed … Continue reading The case against Static SQL