Tag Archives: NoSQL

Fast Postgres from .NET

It's often said that abstractions slow down your program, since they add layers which makes your application slower. While this is generally correct, it's not always true. Performance can be improved somewhat by removing layers, but the best way to improve performance is to change algorithms. So let's see how we can beat performance of […]

Postgres – bridge between worlds

NoSQL databases promise to solve: scaling easier database interaction Scaling often means automatic sharding, replication and multiple write points. Easier database interaction usually means schema-less data, simpler migrations and removal of object-relational impedance mismatch. Postgres is an ORDBMS, not just plain relational database, which means that many of the points that NoSQL proponents argue about […]