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Deno gets an ORM

DenoDB has a fully-typed API (which is great for editor integration) and supports a whole host of backends: MySQL/Maria, SQLite, Postgres, and MongoDB.

Broad database support is great for library adoption, but as a user I’d prefer something that leans in to a specific ecosystem, which usually lets you squeeze more out of it.

Regardless of that, it’s great to see the Deno community building foundational tools like this.

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Writing an interpreter in SQL for fun and no profit!

Michael Malis at !!Con 2019:

Writing SQL can be hard. SQL code is a bizarre combination of yelling and relational algebra. How can we make writing SQL easier? By embedding our own programming language in our SQL queries of course! In this talk, we’ll take a look at how you use a combination of various Postgres features to build a programming language out of SQL.


gitbase – an SQL interface to Git repositories

It can be used to perform SQL queries about the Git history and about the Universal AST of the code itself. gitbase is being built to work on top of any number of git repositories.

The emphasis here is on querying a bunch of repositories at once, not digging deep in to the history of a single repo. It uses MySQL’s wire protocol to communicate, so it can be accessed by any compatible client or library. gitbase is still in early alpha, but they’re working hard to improve it quickly.

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