It’s a humorous history lesson on SQL (and product promotion), but it opens like this:
SQL awakens to fight the dark forces of NoSQL
From there it looks at the beginnings of SQL and the growth of NoSQL, going through a few sections, like
Part 1: A New Hope
Part 2: NoSQL Strikes Back
before moving to
Part 3: Return of the SQL
They finish with the idea that SQL is the most important, and common, tool for data analysis. In this era of Python and R, many may disagree, but I think they’re overall right.
Perhaps this last part proves that?
Master Data Scientist Yoda
It’s an interesting read, and I may have to watch some Star Wars this weekend.