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NoSQL Speed Bumps

Dr.Doob’s Ken North writes a history of NoSQL failures:

Organizations using the new NoSQL data stores are like the settlers who often traveled uncharted territory in the 19th-century American West. Some days involve the beauty of the journey; but on other days, you’re dodging arrows.

I’m not arguing that NoSQL databases are still young and so people using them are running into bugs or even misusing them. But aren’t both these issues still present in the relational databases world after 30 years?

Original title and link: NoSQL Speed Bumps (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)