Tools I Want To Use

2008-12-02 22:05 - Programming

There's a bunch of things out there that I've heard of, but I've never been able to apply practically. Usually for lack of motivation, in the form of something "real" to do, while using them. Without a clear goal, it's hard to make progress. In no particular order:

I'm sure there's more. But, I just realized that this whole list exists, and right at the forefront of my mind, about now. Now it's recorded forever, in case I forget it!


great minds think alike :)
2008-12-24 07:12 - dionne2

Git and CouchDB are both heavily on my radar right now. If you haven't seen it, check out Github. Git takes open source collaboration to a new level. Git-svn makes dealing with legacy source control easy.

CouchDB has a real simplicity to it, Javascript, JSON, and Erlang and you can get by without the Erlang since the API is HTTP REST. It will also force you to rethink how one uses a database. We could have used this beast for the Vaults.

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