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I've always been interested in how information is stored and retrieved. Inspired by a project of a friend (Levelgraph), I decided to research more about Hexastores and how they can be adapted to modern NoSQL databases such as LevelDB and Cassandra. Out of this fascination and curiosity I created Hexagon: a simple Python implementation of Hexastores backed by LevelDB.
In this talk I plan on giving a very simple and hands-on introduction to the subject, followed by a demonstration of how Python really allowed me to focus on the implementation thanks to its extremely intuitive syntax and features. I will show how generators, collections, and Test Driven Development allowed me to iterate fast and not get lost in (too many) bugs along the way.
The talk will start with an overview of what Hexagon is and the reason why I built it. The second step will consist in the explanation of the two main concepts behind Hexagon itself, namely LevelDB and the