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I like to program. Generally for me this involves writing web apps in Python using the Django framework.

I'm also working my way through the Project Euler problem set as I get used to test-driven development. It's fun, like programming should be :D

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comment Using MongoDB and PostgreSQL together
To potential answerers: please feel free to provide an answer! As this question has survived fairly long without a "perfect" answer, however, I intend to answer the question with a full postmortem of the experience once we've implemented and moved to production. It might be a year in the future, but don't worry - OP will deliver. I expect that is what those who have favorited/upvoted this particular question would find most useful: verification that it works or an explanation of what roadblocks killed the side-by-side option.
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comment Using MongoDB and PostgreSQL together
These are all great suggestions. I had mentioned using hstore/json before (and had silently discounted xml, because, well, xml) but I hadn't thought of using them in the way you recommend. On top of all this, the Postgres 2 phase commit suggestion is gold. I'd had no idea this existed. Thanks for the great suggestions.
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comment Phantom Table in MySQL
Ahhhhhhh. That makes perfect sense. Make it an answer?
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comment Phantom Table in MySQL
It is, but it shows up in the omitted portions [... columns on widget_signups ...] as widget_signup.widget_date
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comment ANSI/ISO plans for LIMIT standardization?
Ahh, very cool. I liked the LIMIT keyword keyword from MySQL and PSQL but I'm not married to it and it will be a relief to have m queries working in a cross RDBMS way.
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