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The Future of SQL-Developers and SQL-server DBAs

On the SQL Server 2008 forum:

While i was surfing the web, I came across NoSQL article (Link below). Is this something relational database guys has to be concerned about? I am concerned on what future holds for SQL-Developers and SQL-server DBAs

Any thoughts gurus?

This sort of questions are freaking me out. Can you imagine how panicked programmers are, knowing that not only tens of programming languages are out there (plus C/C++ is dead, Java is dead, etc.), but also a couple of different programming paradigms?

Relational databases aren’t going anywhere. We will continue to use them for a wide range of problems. And NoSQL databases are just a set of tools to help us out build smarter and solid solutions. The two will coexist happily.

Original title and link: The Future of SQL-Developers and SQL-server DBAs (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)