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Smalltalk Client for Riak in the Works

It sounds like someone is working on a Smalltalk client for Riak that (most probably) will be based on the Protocol Buffers-based Riak protocol — chosen for its performance compared to HTTP, the other protocol supported by Riak.

I don’t write about all NoSQL libraries out there, but some sound too geeky[1] to resist not to mention.


  1. Smalltalk is one of the languages I’ve never really got through, so maybe that explains why. Haskell, OCaml are just a couple of other examples.  

Original title and link: Smalltalk Client for Riak in the Works (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)