I personally agree with Mariusz here. Oracle might have it's own quirks, 
but the same could be said for any database. Taking my experience with the 
ORM into account I do not think that Oracle requires much more work (if at 
all) than any other database. I think in the end it does not matter whether 
one works around the limitations/features of Oracle or MySQL. All in all I 
think having Oracle is a good thing because databases like MSSQL and 
Informix/DB2 quite often behave similar to Oracle and just narrowing the 
core scope to MySQL/Pg/Sqlite might lead to a kind of tunnel vision.

Granted, Oracle might be a bit harder to install; but with the developer 
VMs and docker containers that argument doesn't really hold either imo.


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