Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Edward Capriolo's NoSQL blog series

One of the things about computing that hasn't changed much over the decades is that it is often best to learn by doing. Many of the original computing pioneers were hobbyists, who built their own computers for themselves, programmed them for fun and for mental stimulation, and who traded notes about what they were doing, what worked and what didn't, and what they had learned along the way.

So along comes Edward Capriolo, who has entertained himself over the winter writing his own NoSQL data store, and has entertained and educated us, along the way, with his series of blog posts:

Thank you, Edward, for the time and energy you spent helping us all get smarter, it is much appreciated.

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