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Mumps: The Proto-Database

Rob Tweed:

On the other hand, a raw Mumps database, such as GT.M, is actually an interesting beast, as it turns out to provide everything you need to design and create your own NoSQL (or pretty much any other kind of) database. As I’ve discussed and mentioned a number of times in these articles, it’s a Universal NoSQL engine.

The question I’d ask myself is not “why would I build another NoSQL database”, but rather “why none of the popular ones are built using Mumps?”.

Original title and link: Mumps: The Proto-Database (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://robtweed.wordpress.com/2013/03/26/mumps-the-proto-database-or-how-to-build-your-own-nosql-database/