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Knockbox, an Eventual Consistency Toolkit
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| by Reid Draper Follow 0 Followers on Jul 10, 2012 |

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Reid Draper introduces Knockbox, an eventual consistency toolbox for Clojure inspired by Statebox, discussing some useful use cases, how to perform garbage collection and testing while using it.

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Reid Draper is an engineer at Basho, where he works on Riak and other open source projects. He's interested in distributed systems, programming languages, and coffee.

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