It's not that I really need something fancy,
just something I can store in a file for a mini-project.
But I've always hated the impracticality of SQL,
like you want to store people's addresses for every person and you've got to create a whole seperate table for that and you need a join table command for it just to show the person's info?
And then you need to create a second address column that's entirely empty except for two people out of a thousand?
Those two issues seemed like they need something better.
So I've always wanted to play around with something noSQL that can do easy joins.
Is Juniper a good for that? Or sled? ejdb?
So far, I'm leaning towards sled.