|Subject||Re: Design of new built-in functions|
> >This makes your new efforts all the more interesting. If theBut of course. At least we agree that there is quite a bit of
> >Falcon/Vulcan engine for MySQL hits the market sweetspot and
> >allows MySQL to recapture growth, it might IPO at $1.5 billion; if
> >it fails to that, it might IPO at $0.5 billion. It is not often
> >that one billion dollars hinge on one man's ability to architect &
> >implement a breakthrough database engine in 6 months.
> Let me correct a misunderstanding. Falcon is not related to
> Vulcan. Vulcan has quite a bit of Falcon/Netfrastructure code, but
> not the other way around.
commonality between Falcon and Vulcan.