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Added: 11.04.2012, 12:05

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#1 - Rivaldo (18.02.2016, 23:33)

Hi Dale It's nice to see a variety of posts oudsite of the box and prom is a big deal! I'm currently shopping for s suit for Graduation for my son and the tips are great and similar for help with this event I love that he was willing to have fun with you looks like a gentleman as for my prom NO WAY! The dresses in the late 80 s early 90 s there used for Halloween costume parties! ha ha I think it would be great to have a shop geared toward a friendly budget for the ladies and gents around here my daughter and her friends from differ schools swap dresses from year to year and no one knows any different Plus it doesn't cost anything! Also, thanks for stopping by it's always nice to see you! Keep up the good work I love it!Hugs,Lola

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#2 - Abdoel (02.03.2016, 14:09)

Thanks, I've added the solutions you mineeontd. I didn't intend this to be a comprehensive list of alternative data store technology, just a sampling.I'm keeping XML and RDF in the list, even though I realize these are data formats and not query engines, because they receive at least as much attention as many of the other solutions.

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#3 - Maila (02.03.2016, 19:29)

I would also add Aster Data Systems, which was an early adopter of MapReduce and also lvaereges SQL for their 'frontline data warehouse'. They count MySpace, Akamai and others as customers, and JAFCO/Sequoia just gave them $12M in Series B funding. http://nuzpefmg.com [url=http://qikyfbsk.com]qikyfbsk[/url] [link=http://pirihjt.com]pirihjt[/link]

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