Why (almost) every Web site needs an RDBMS
Every Web application needs a good database design behind it, and usually much sooner than almost every small-site developer thinks. It's actualy not that hard to configure a simple RDBMS, and good bindings for most back ends almost surely exist for your favorite programming language or framework. Rather than wait, just set up a RDBMS right at the beginning, and work from there.
(Submitted by Anonymous Tue Dec 18, 2007 )
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