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KiraDb lightweight open-source noSQL-style database Java API

March 4, 2013
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KiraDb lightweight open-source noSQL-style database Java API

My good friend Mark Petrovic and I are releasing KiraDB on gitub as an open-source project. KiraDB is a Java API implementing a persistent datastore for stand-alone applications. The design goal of KiraDB is to be lightweight and easy to use, while still providing a reasonably powerful set of core features. The basic features include put/get…

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Java culture rant

February 4, 2010
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As some of you may know, over the last year or so I’ve been spending more time with larger and larger Java-based server-side projects (including Quick Bit Notes, Twitmart, Litetext, and iSpykee). In this process, I’ve had to “catch up” to the Java state-of-the-art and get reacquainted with the Java culture. Much of this has…

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Introducing Quick Bit Notes

October 12, 2009
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Introducing Quick Bit Notes

I’ve released Quick Bit Notes (QBN) as an experiment in an unconventional method of person-to-person asynchronous communication. One person drops off a personal note for another person. That note is stored and presented in image form to the recipient. The actual text is never stored on QBN and never transferred over the wire when the…

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Google App Engine adds Cron and Java

April 8, 2009
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Google today announced that they will be supporting Java on their GAE cloud computing platform.  I signed up for the beta, but don’t know when/if I’ll be approved. I also saw that the platform also now includes a cron mechanism to run scheduled “jobs”, see: http://code.google.com/appengine/docs/python/config/cron.html This could change things.  It will be interesting to…

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