Noodling on NoSQL: Thoughts on Multi-Structured Data Management
JAN 16, 2014 11:57am ET

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2014 has kicked off with a bang. The Polar Vortex gave weather groupies a chance to use big data to see how low their temps could go and why. Google snapped up (if a $3.2B acquisition can be viewed as “snapped up") one of the leaders in connected home/“the Internet of things.” And everyone has their predictions for the new year. While I don’t necessarily have any announcements similar to the Polar Vortex or the Nest acquisition, I do have my predictions for NoSQL for 2014.

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