Lean & Mean Tokyo Cabinet Recipes

Posted in Conferences, Development, Databases on November 29, 2011


Lean & Mean Tokyo Cabinet Recipes
Summary
In this FutureRuby talk, Ilya Grigorik explores Tokyo Cabinet's features such as the key-value store, ordered traversal, attribute search, schemaless data structures,indexing, and scripting with Lua.

Bio
Ilya Grigorik is the founder of AideRSS – a real-time social media engagement monitoring and analytics platform. He has been wrangling with Ruby and cloud computing for over four years, trying to make sense of it all. In the process, he has contributed to many open source projects, blogged about his discoveries (blog: www.igvita.com, twitter: @igrigorik) has been an active speaker.

About the conference
FutureRuby isn't a Ruby conference, but a conference for Rubyists. This is a call to order - a congress of the curious characters that drew us to this community in the first place. We have a singular opportunity to express a long-term vision, a future where Ruby drives creativity and prosperity without being dampened by partisan politics.

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Tags: Conferences, Ruby, InfoQ, Data Access, Database Design, Architecture, Dynamic Languages, Scripting, database, Development, FutureRuby, TokyoCabinet, Data Storage