[xquery-talk] the sad state of query languages for semi-structured data in the NoSQL industry

daniela florescu dflorescu at me.com
Fri May 29 07:47:09 PDT 2015

> P.S. And yes, that work from XQuery was used 100% in the design of JSONiq, which was designed with the dual goal in mind:
> (a) reuse 100% of the experience of design and implementation of XQuery and
> (b) provide a query language that is synactically and semantically acceptable for the JSON community.
> It's called Javascript. Also known as Python.

A query language like …… hum ….. Javascript or Phyton !???

In this email I am only talking about query languages, Ihe. See the definition here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Query_language <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Query_language>

Best regards
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