Riak Recap for August 3 - 4

Mark Phillips mark at basho.com
Fri Aug 5 19:32:40 EDT 2011


Afternoon, Morning, Evening to All -

Here's a great Recap to take you into the weekend: slide decks, blog
posts, new code, and more.

Enjoy

Mark

Community Manager
Basho Technologies
wiki.basho.com
twitter.com/pharkmillups
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Riak Recap for August 3 - 4
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1) Version 0.0.3 of django-riak-sessions just hit PyPI.

* Code here --->  http://pypi.python.org/pypi/django-riak-sessions/0.0.3
* On GitHub here ---> https://github.com/flashingpumpkin/django-riak-sessions

2)  Damon Oehlman wrote a blog post called "Masterless Replication in
NoSQL Solutions" and was looking for some people using Riak in
production to bounce some questions off of.

* Read here --->
http://www.distractable.net/coding/nosql-solutions-masterless-replication

3) Nathan Marz (@nathanmarz) wrote a post for the Twitter Engineering
Blog all about Storm, the realtime computation system he and his team
built. Riak gets a few shout outs.

* Read here --->
http://engineering.twitter.com/2011/08/storm-is-coming-more-details-and-plans.html

4) A video of Basho CTO Justin Sheehy and Damian Katz talking about
Riak, CouchDB, Erlang, and all sorts of other good stuff just
surfaced.

* Watch here ---> http://www.infoq.com/interviews/sheehy-katz-riak-couchdb

5) Bryan O'Sullivan's "Building Solid Distributed Applications with
Haskell and Riak" from Erlang Factory is online and viewable.

* Watch here --->
http://www.infoq.com/presentations/Distributed-Applications-with-Haskell-and-Riak

6) For anyone heading to the NoSQLNow Conference in San Jose in a few
weeks, you can expect to see Andy Gross on the "Innovation in NoSQL
Data Stores" panel.

* Details here --->
http://nosql2011.wilshireconferences.com/sessionPop.cfm?confid=64&proposalid=4098

7) Michael Klishin contributed a small fix to the Wiki.

* Pull request here ---> https://github.com/basho/riak_wiki/pull/142

Thanks, Michael!

8) @NirvanaCore wrote an extensive comment on a Hacker News thread
with details on a new platform they are building. The one liner:
"CoffeeScript based web apps on an erlang platform backed by Riak."
Keep an eye on them.

* Here's the write-up --->http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2848647




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