Today, object and component technologies are the reigning programming paradigms. They give you the ability to build understandable, maintainable, and scalable systems. The early 1990s saw the emergence of object databases as an ideal counterpart for the up-and-coming object-oriented and object-based languages. In theory, it seemed like a no-brainer because object-oriented languages create and manipulate objects; what better place to store those objects’ states than in a database that’s specialized for that purpose?
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