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HBase and CouchDB Among SDTimes' 5 Next Big Things in Open Source

In open-source parlance, the year 2010 can be summed up in one word: Hadoop. But what are the open-source projects that will be most important in 2011?

According to SDTimes, the most promising open source projects are: HBase, Virgo from Eclipse, CouchDB, Windmill (web testing), Gosu (scripting language for JVM). I don’t know why, but I’m tempted to bet that this article has seen some edit after this Facebook announcement ( nb: just to make thing clearer, I’m not implying anything about the products themselves).

Original title and link: HBase and CouchDB Among SDTimes’ 5 Next Big Things in Open Source (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=35058&print=true