Adrian From London

(Adrian Challinor) #1

You're here!
We're so happy!

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(Adrian Challinor) #2

I am an experienced developer who started coding in 1976, and first found relational databases in 1978 (in their very early form). I have used network and hierarchical databases. I have used loads of computer languages, but mostly restrict myself to Java, VBA and Rust these days.

I have work in commodity trading, telecoms, maritime, media and the commercial aspects of power generation. Mainly I work in the UK, but I have travelled far and wide for work.

I am very enthused by the graphed DB paradigm, hence why I am here. But its hard forgetting all those foreign keys, generated id's and having to index everything.