ORMs (Object relationship mapper) have come a long way over the last few years.
ORMs used to be very slow and hard to tune but that is not true anymore. 1,548 more words
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New technology makes sharing research outputs– not just publications but also raw data, code, software, even lab notebooks – easier than ever before.
In the article, Create a Persistent Data Structure, we learned the fundamental theories to provide versionable data management within a database. Today’s article moves out of the abstract theory and into a working code sample demonstrating how to create a versionable database using the command pattern.
The previous post discussed the value, volume and variety of social media networks. This post looks at how developers and companies can access that data. While there are various types of APIs being offered by these sites, the focus in this post is on whether a site provides an API that can be used for (ideally bulk-load) access to a user’s content and not, say, for whether the API can be used to display it on your homepage. 313 more words