Felix was supposed to speak at JSConf 2010 in Washington, DC, but then there was a volcano!
What would happen if your database would have no network interface, no query abstractions and less than 250 lines of node.js code? You would end up with a very flexible in-memory database that is wonderfully suitable for dirty tasks such as rapid prototyping or performing millions of GET/SET operations per second.
This talk is about rethinking current database technology and exploring situation-based CAP tradeoffs.
Co-Founder of @transloadit, organizer of @nodecopter and @nodejs core alumnus who also likes Go. I love unicycling and squirrels. bio from Twitter
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