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Database directions for the 1990’s: part trois

The second of eight recorded lectures from the May 31, 1990 symposium entitled “The 1990’s – The Database Decade” features François Bancilhon, at the time one of the research team at Altair. Soon after this talk, he would move on to create O2 Technology, which developed the relatively successful O2 object-oriented database system. In this

 
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Database directions for the 1990’s: part un

During May 31 – June 1, 1990 – just a few months before I started as a graduate student at Waterloo – the University of Waterloo hosted a two-day symposium entitled “The 1990’s – The Database Decade” that featured one-hour talks by both academic and industrial researchers, which included Paul Larson, François Bancilhon, Frank Tompa,

 
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