Cool stuff I saw at MADExpo
- HTML5. Start now. It's supported (more or less) by all browsers if you add appropriate shims. Start with sites like http://www.html5rocks.com/en/ and continue reading. It's largely arrived and there's no compelling reason to delay.
here to stay. It's part of many important technologies (like CouchDB).
- Redis. Wow! Is that
cool? Rather that fart around trying to get outstanding performance out
of a clunky old RDBMS, use a simple, high performance data store.
- MongoDB. Now
that I've seen it, I have a vague notion of places where Mongo is better
and places where Couch might be better. In 80% of the application
space, both are fine. But there's a 20% where we might be able to split
a hair and leverage the slightly different feature sets.
I finally laid eyes on an Arduino. Let me simply say that it looks like dangerous, dangerous fun. I think I'll be hanging around at Radio Shack a lot.
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