- Tarek Ziadé: ☞ A Firefox plugin experiment. XUL, Bottle and Redis ¶
- Andreas Jung: ☞ Looking beyond one’s own nose - looking at RabbitMQ and MongoDB ¶
Unsorted remarks on RabbitMQ and MongoDB plus some benchmarks with mass data
- Franck Cuny: ☞ presque, a Redis / Tatsumaki based message queue. Perl and Redis baby! ¶
- Mark Atwood: ☞ Reacting to “Memcached is not a store”. IMO, it is as much as a store as any dict/hash you’ve been using. Well, a bit more. ¶
- okram: ☞ pipes. A lot of activity around graph databases lately: ¶
Pipes is a graph-based data flow framework written in Java 1.6+. A process graph (also known as a Kahn process network) is composed of a set of process vertices connected to one another by a set of communication edges. Each process can run independent of the others and as such, concurrency is a natural consequence as data is transformed in a pipelined fashion from input to output.