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Sep 16, 2012 / 4 notes

CouchDB Vs MongoDB

ikorsakoff:

real world examples; fine presentation

Aug 31, 2012 / 7 notes
peterbjorklund:

While investigating node.js to power the new game server, it is equally important to find a good storage technology. The only thing I know for sure so far is that it’s going to be a nosql database. I will certainly take a closer look at mongodb, but probably also more key-value centric approches like Riak and Redis.

If you talk about node.js server it sounds a bit like http; so, in every case you should take a close look at #couchdb
Nov 14, 2011 / 24 notes

peterbjorklund:

While investigating node.js to power the new game server, it is equally important to find a good storage technology. The only thing I know for sure so far is that it’s going to be a nosql database. I will certainly take a closer look at mongodb, but probably also more key-value centric approches like Riak and Redis.

If you talk about node.js server it sounds a bit like http; so, in every case you should take a close look at #couchdb

Oct 29, 2011 / 1 note
Sep 28, 2011 / 19 notes
crudcomic:

Blasé
I was on the road last week, so this week’s comic was originally created and uploaded to my backup grid on an airplane. I literally pushed data to the cloud amongst the clouds.
So as I sat in my chair in the sky, with a portable supercomputer and drawing in $5000 Photoshop software by way of an augmented reality pen, I was surprised to find myself unimpressed. It was downright mundane. That’s how I know we’re in the future. We suffer from an ennui once reserved for spoiled sons of Dukes.
So I scrapped the work, and instead drew a flowchart on a napkin using a sharpie. Technology must remain compelling, lest it make us complacent.
Sep 24, 2011 / 28 notes

crudcomic:

Blasé

I was on the road last week, so this week’s comic was originally created and uploaded to my backup grid on an airplane. I literally pushed data to the cloud amongst the clouds.

So as I sat in my chair in the sky, with a portable supercomputer and drawing in $5000 Photoshop software by way of an augmented reality pen, I was surprised to find myself unimpressed. It was downright mundane. That’s how I know we’re in the future. We suffer from an ennui once reserved for spoiled sons of Dukes.

So I scrapped the work, and instead drew a flowchart on a napkin using a sharpie. Technology must remain compelling, lest it make us complacent.

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