Jim Gray, Part II of talking about Database Design

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Here's another 24 minutes with Jim Gray. He's one of the big minds behind SQL Server. Terra Service. And so much more. In this conversation we talk ab out architecture of Terra Service, among other database-related things. "I should talk about some of my lunatic fringe views on things," Jim starts ou t. Here's a hint, many of the bleeding edge database systems today are built with Jim's lunatic ideas.

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