NewsForge: Web review: Linux database resources, PalDec 16, 2000, 14:02 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Tina Gasperson)
"If relational databasing for Linux is your thing, here's a Pal for you. Pal Domokos, that is. He's put together the most "un-egotistical" collection of Linux resources for relational databases like SQL, Adabas, and Informix, just to name a few."
"Why "un-egotistical?" There's no hint of "check us out" here -- it's just quiet signposts to all the best information. Not a single "about us" link to be found. Domokos' own description of the site tells it all: "This site is a compilation of the best free online readings about relational databases on Linux. If you're a Linux RDBMS/database administrator, a database designer/developer, or simply a Linux user with database ambitions, you'll find links to valuable resources here: articles, papers, and books on various aspects of relational database management. Needless to say, much of this material is more or less applicable to other (UNIX) environments, too."
"The site is quick-loading, graphics-free, and perfectly organized for easy navigation. He's done an excellent job of collecting fresh information for research and self-study -- and not just for database information, either. The secret about Pal's site is that, even if you're not into RDBMS, you're going to find some good stuff here."