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Session

Introducing SQLite version 3.0
D. Richard Hipp, Founder, Hipp, Wyrick & Company, Inc.

Track: Linux
Date: Wednesday, July 28
Time: 5:20pm - 6:05pm
Location: Columbia

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SQLite is a small, public-domain C library that implements a fast, portable, serverless, zero-configure SQL database engine. Since its first release over four years ago, the use of SQLite has grown steadily. SQLite can today be found in commercial and government software projects, is embedded in consumer electronic devices, and is used (quietly) in many open source programs.

Hipp's presentation describes SQLite version 3.0, which introduces improved internationalization support including support for both UTF-8 and UTF-16 text and user-definable text collating sequences. Improved BLOB support and concurrancy are also added. Version 3.0 is faster and the database files generated are on average 25% smaller.


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