Having lunch with PostgreSQL, MongoDB and Json
Álvaro Hernández Apr 19, 2019 12 min read

On a post titled “Postgres JSON, Developer Productivity, and The MongoDB Advantage”, Buzz Moschetti discussed about PostgreSQL’s handling of JSON and how (inconvenient) it is for developers, especially when compared to MongoDB. While the post is almost 18 months old, the principles described there have not changed, and I (mostly) respectfully disagree. Here is my opinion on the topic. Let’s see what there is on today’s menu.

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jOOQ: Stream processing PostgreSQL query results
Pablo González Doval Aug 22, 2018 10 min read

When Java 8 came out, it proved a great effort to cope with the great demand of stream processing. Streams and lambdas allow you to process the data in a list asynchronously, so that you don’t have to wait until the last element of step 1 is calculated in order to start step 2 (apart from the evident code cleanness). With great amounts of data, this reduces a very painful bottleneck, so why wouldn’t we want this huge data-related improvement in our ORMs?

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