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NoSQL News & Links 2010-03-29

  1. Kirk McKusick, Sean Quinlan: ☞ GFS: Evolution on Fast-Forward

    Sounds pretty hackish here and there. But it might be very similar to the whole philosophy behind NoSQL: solve your own problem, come up with a cost effective approach and deliver value to your company.

  2. blog.katipo.co.nz: ☞ Installing MongoDB on Mac OS X using Homebrew.

    As a side note, last week I went through installing CouchDB master on my MacOS and discovered that while Homebrew works pretty well, you’ll still need to hack it from time to time. Plus, having MacPorts installed on the same machine made this process almost impossible.

  3. Loraine Lawson: ☞ The Business Pros and Cons of NoSQL