Monthly Archives: October 2012

Quick peek into your Git repo with GitStats

If you have ever thought about how your project grows over time its really easy to find out using some statistics tool for your repository of choice. I’m using Git mostly and have found GitStats project recently. About GitStats is a statistics generator for git (a distributed revision control system) repositories. It examines the repository […]

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Importing data into CouchDB – Java, Ruby and Erlang way

Working recently with CouchDB I become interested on how to import existing data into the database quickly. The CouchDB is written in Erlang so the first thing which came to my mind was to use that language for the job, but to find out if it runs ‘quickly’ or not, I had to compare it […]

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