One could say that MariaDB originates from Finland’s capital Helsinki. In fact so does MySQL. It was in the Helsinki area that MySQL saw daylight. It was here that Monty Widenius laid the ground for MySQL already in the 80’s, maybe even 1979, when he created UNIREG from which parts were reused when he together […]READ MORE
I had completely missed that #mariadb 10.2 supports #json so well:
This seems like a much way better to store random data than serializing them.
The latest MariaDB releases, 10.2.11 and 10.1.29, see a long-awaited update to the built-in Mroonga storage engine, based on @groonga, the open-source fulltext search engine.