Dmitry Yuhtimovsky
Dmitry Yuhtimovsky Gilev.ru
12:00 05 February
22 мин

Magic tricks followed by exposure (1C+PG)

Magic tricks followed by exposure (1C+PG):

  • Focus number one. How to convince the accounting department to buy a new server.
  • Focus number two. How to show that MS SQL is faster than PostgreSQL.
  • Focus number three. How to show that PostgreSQL is faster than MS SQL Server.



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