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Hollow, world! Netflix premieres Java in-memory database toolkit

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"In Hollow, we instead use a compact, fixed-length encoding to represent the data"

Welcome to 1986? Or maybe even earlier, on larger systems? It looks most of the disruptive innovation today is reinventing the wheel. And rediscover good programming practices the Java/Web developer never learnt.

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