Jeremy Hinegardner 4.09
In the course of writing applications you need more than just a single programming language to get the job done. In most cases there will be more than one language involved in the application.
This talk will cover cross-language tools that ever developer should consider to help solve the problems they face. I will cover several non-traditional queueing, hashing and data storage servers and libraries that will be an asset to any developer.
The common factor in all these tools, is an interface that is programming language independent, or an interface exists for multiple programming languages.