Actually, a lot of those who commented, including me, wrote that you have no idea what you’re talking about.
The objective in software development is to avoid writing software. When ever possible, the wise software engineer will leverage open source, widely used and tested software.
Isn’t SQL Injection a fault of poor security on input forms? Saying that this is the fault of RDBMS is like saying a bank got robbed because it had tellers in the same building with the money.
Second, for the time, normalization — that breaking up of data into respective categories you complain…
Dr. Gutteridge, I must respectfully disagree with you. Your arguments suggest that relational databases are a scourge upon the human race, but I would counter that, as always, humans are humanity’s worst enemy.
Relational databases aren’t faulty, humans are faulty.