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edo cabinet – rubykaigi2009

Here are my slides for the “edo cabinet” talk at the RubyKaigi2009.

I presented about Ruby-FFI, Tokyo Cabinet|Tyrant and then rufus-tokyo and Rufus::Edo.

These are just slides, here is the english transcript of the actual talk.


Many thanks to the RubyKaigi team for organizing this great event ! Special kudos to Leonard Chin for the on-the-fly translations, throughout the 3 days.

You’ll find videos of most of the talks on (thanks to the KaigiFreaks) and most of the slides are available from Slideshare.


Written by John Mettraux

July 28, 2009 at 11:57 pm

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  1. John, thanks for the comment on my blog, I was surprised anyone actual read it! That posting was actually a test of my “discussion globbing” feature on

    I’m building a news reader with the objective of delivering relevant and comprehensive news for special interest topics. I have two questions – first – what features would make you switch from your current reader (or twitter if that’s what you use) for discovering/reading content relevant to your job, and second have you used Tokyo Tyrant in production – what do you think of statement that its not production ready?


    July 29, 2009 at 6:50 pm

    • Hello Logan,

      1) I’m happy with Google Reader + Twitter + PostRank.

      2) That’s just a tweet, there is no context, where is the detailed bug report ? and are happily using TC/TT in production.

      Best regards.

      John Mettraux

      July 29, 2009 at 11:15 pm

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