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Posted Jun 13, 2007

MySQL on Windows? Absolutely!

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From MySQL Developer Zone]

The admission I'm about to make will likely cause me to lose some friends/colleagues in the open source world, but I have to be honest: I like using Microsoft Windows. Except for Windows 3.0-3.1, I always have. Further, I personally much prefer managing databases on Windows than Unix and will also give Windows the nod over Linux in certain areas. See, I came from managing DB2 on the mainframe to running data warehouses with Teradata on their proprietary platform, and then did a long run with Oracle on UNIX (AIX and HPUX). It was during this last period of time that I discovered that I really liked managing databases on Windows, mainly for two reasons.

The article continues at http://dev.mysql.com/tech-resources/articles/mysql_on_windows.html

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