Schemaless Data Structures
In recent years, there's been an increasing amount of talk
about the advantages of schemaless data. Being schemaless is
one of the main reasons for interest in NoSQL databases. But
there are many subtleties involved in schemalessness, both with
respect to databases and in-memory data structures. These
subtleties are present both in the meaning of schemaless and in
the advantages and disadvantages of using a schemaless approach.
7 January 2013
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