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Membase and Erlang with Matt Ingenthron

Matt Ingenthron[1] talking about Membase and Erlang (what worked and what didn’t) at Erlang Factory Lite LA:

If you don’t know much about Membase yet: check out what is Membase and Membase history and internals.


  1. Matt Ingenthron: Web Architect at Membase  ()

Original title and link: Membase and Erlang with Matt Ingenthron (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)