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i have experience with mySQL and oracle. granted oracle has those nifty self joins when doing complex queries, oracle is just annoying if you want to do some quick editing and sticking to a CLI with mySQL, you can't make use of little short cuts here and there. oracle you gotta do this, then do that, then go back to where you were and start all over again...
plus isn't mySQL open source to begin with which just makes it better?