Blogs

BROWSE: Most Recent | Popular Tags |

Tags > riak

Distributed resilience with functional programming

By Simon St. Laurent
February 8, 2013

Functional programming has a long and distinguished heritage of great work — that was only used by a small group of programmers. In a world dominated by individual computers running single processors, the extra cost of thinking functionally limited its …

Distributed resilience with functional programming

By Simon St. Laurent
February 8, 2013

Functional programming has a long and distinguished heritage of great work — that was only used by a small group of programmers. In a world dominated by individual computers running single processors, the extra cost of thinking functionally limited its …

Object/NoSQL Mapping for Riak with Dasein Persist

By George Reese
May 29, 2012

One of the more snarky things you will hear said about NoSQL databases is that they are "write-only" databases or "no query" databases. It is fair to say that NoSQL databases are often challenging to pull data from when you are doing more than fetching values by their keys. The Open Source Dasein Persist object/relational mapping tool helps solve that problem for Java programmers using Riak.

NoSQL: Staying for the feature presentation

By Andy Oram
March 12, 2010

I left the NoSQL Live conference in Boston with the impression that features rather than architecture drive the adoption of NoSQL projects.

NoSQL conference coming to Boston

By Andy Oram
February 24, 2010

On March 11 Boston will host a conference on the movement broadly known as NoSQL. This blog looks at who uses these projects and discusses the role of open source communities.


1 to 5 of 5
The Watering Hole