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More NoSQL-based Twitter apps

If you thought we’re running out of NoSQL Twitter apps, you were definitely wrong because I’ve just got a few more.

Twidoop

A Clojure-based solution to write the Twitter stream to Hadoop (by @ieure)

simple-messaging-service

A simple Twitter clone in Python and using MongoDB by Michael Dirolf (@mdirolf). Michael has been featured on MyNoSQL a couple of times already:

Swordfish Twitter Clone

Swordfish — a key-value store built on top of Tokyo Cabinet and offering a RESTful HTTP interface — comes with a Twitter clone based on Django.

tweetarium.com

Another Tokyo Cabinet based Twitter app. There don’t seem to be many details about the project though. (via Matthew Ford)

Last, but not least, don’t forget to check the first series of NoSQL Twitter apps.