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comment Does using a database server make sense if the application only does things locally?
@DocBrown -- and the short answer is: it doesn't make any sense unless you're dealing with outsized data sets or in need of concurrent writes. (Or, for obvious reasons, in need of something SQLite doesn't offer.) Again, feel free to edit the answer if that point is unclear to you.
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comment Does using a database server make sense if the application only does things locally?
@DocBrown: Specific cases where you should use a client/server RDBMS are [see answer]; for everything else SQLite works fine. I'm not sure what's unclear in there, so feel free to edit the answer if you believe it's needed.
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comment What to do as a Dev when for years their team has lacked product innovation, not used project mgmt methodologies, and kept bad Software Dev practices?
You do realize that big balls of mud actually work, right?
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comment What is the advantage of little endian format?
Along with a link to a detailed history of utf written by no less than the gold standard of utf libraries... The highest voted answer arguably gives the gory details as to why. But, frankly, I'm scratching my head as to why this answer got down voted to oblivion...