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NoSQL Ecosystem News 2010-02-15

  1. Griffon, a Grails like application framework for developing desktop applications in Groovy, gets support for both CouchDB and Neo4j and
  2. A Redis presentation at SFMySqlMeetup (note: I couldn’t post it here as the quality is pretty bad)
  3. Creating an unified ecosystem for the world of graphs and related projects and products seems like a challenge, but signs are this initiative is seeing some traction
  4. Lift, the Scala web framework, is getting more NoSQL friendly by integrating CouchDB
  5. Yet another interview with Mike Dirolf about MongoDB. This time on The TWiT Netcast Network with Leo Laporte and Randal Schwartz