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Cassandra On Rails using Cequel Atomic Batch Support When I first tried to use Cassandra with Rails over a year ago the lack of a good native (IE not thrift) driver and a good mapper was a show stopper for … Continue reading
We last left off with Views with Mako, now Pylons does not enforce on you an ORM at all, so you can use hand crafted SQL if you prefer. However, since I’ve done enough of that for a career or … Continue reading
I use the following trick for adding ActiveRecord classes after the fact for our in-house plug-in architecture. Thanks to whichever blogger/mailing list I picked this up from so long ago. Scenario 1: Class(es) to load inherit from same base class … Continue reading
This has been discussed many times before on various mailing lists, and I’m sure there are blog posts about it that are eluding me currently, but I’ll put it out there anyway. Interfaces on entities are an anti-pattern (when … Continue reading
Several folks, including Microsoft employees and members of the Oxite team, have politely requested I do a post or few on the problems I see with Oxite and why I previously recommended that it is not a good example/sample from … Continue reading