Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Ruby and NSF a perfect match?

Ruby is a dynamic language that allows objects to by modified at runtime. NSF is a dynamic database that allows record schemas to be modified at runtime. This seems to me like an unexploited perfect match. If there was an NSF equivalent of ActiveRecord that could map objects to notes, I think we would have a winner. Oh wait, you need to buy Notes to get NSF, forget it.
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