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Basho Banjo: Distributed Orchestra Powered by Riak Core

Basho Banjo is an experiment in using Riak Core to create a distributed orchestra powered by midi files. It serves as a simple example of how to create a distributed application with Riak Core.

Even if this experiment with Riak core doesn’t get anywhere, it still sounds cool.

@pharkmillups: “I draw ironic stick figures when I’m bored. @rklophaus does stuff like this”

Original title and link: Basho Banjo: Distributed Orchestra Powered by Riak Core (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)