Ken North's Bio
Ken North is a well-known expert in database technologies. His weblog explores databases and software, including trends, techniques and Ken's musings about the state of computing.
- Misuse of Computers and Databases: The Bad Guys Get Smarter
- Misuse of Computers: Shadowcrew and soupnazi
- The Misuse of Computers: A Rogue's Gallery
- SQL, NoSQL or SomeSQL?
- Standards, Stacks and Mergers: The SQL Backstory
- Invitation from the Dead
- The New SAP: Databases, BI and Mobile Computing
- Stereotype-Defying Career Longevity
- Performance Evaluations and a Universal Language for Data
- Benchmarking Analytics Software
- Movement on the Big Data Front
- Information Density, Mathematical Identity, Set Stores and Big Data
- Laying the Foundation: Revolution, Math for Databases and Big Data
- Sets, Data Models and Data Independence
- Oracle's Direction in Cloud Computing
- Terabytes to Petabytes: Reflections on 1999-2009
- Data thieves exploiting flaws in retail systems and the public cloud
- Future of the Web and the Cloud: Data Sharing or Data Silos?
- Performance and Data Access Part 2: APIs, Benchmarks, Cloud Computing
- Performance and Data Access Part 1: Time, Transactions, Packets
- Emphasizing Computer Science and honoring pioneer Grace Hopper