Mirek Grymuza and Josh Gordineer are members of the team that brings you YQL, the remarkable Yahoo data service that turns the internet into a database accessible via familiar SQL-style syntax. In this talk from YUIConf 2010, they provide a baseline introduction to YQL’s history, features, and core uses.
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