Tales of an IT Nobody

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NoSQL: stretttcch – pop! May 11, 2012

You know the noise you hear when something is stretched close to it’s breaking point, like a balloon? In the context of the NoSQL bandwagon bubble: here’s some of that noise.
A detailed account of jumping on a bandwagon with an immature scene of products.

Although admittedly I have my eye on MongoDB, I still can’t believe the utter lack of ACL control these “databases”/”document stores” have. Tisk!

Another factoid: Netflix uses NoSQL… and most of their data in it is Tomcat logs.

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Zend Studio + PHPUnit upgrade: A faster method

As a counterpart and refinement of my previous how-to, this update shows how to update the PHPUnit library faster than using the symlink method:

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