Differences between Nosql and sql? Which is better to learn?

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What is the difference between Nosql and sql? Which is better to use and learn?
May 17 in Career Counselling by sindhu
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Hi Sindhu,

You can visit this blog here for their differences and their introduction.

https://www.edureka.co/blog/sql-vs-nosql-db/ 

Hope it helps

answered May 17 by anonymous
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Hey,

SQL databases are primarily called Relational Databases (RDBMS); whereas NoSQL database is primarily called a non-relational or distributed database. SQL databases are table based databases whereas NoSQL databases are document based, key-value pairs, graph databases or wide-column stores.

answered Jun 10 by Gitika
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