new year, new places

Many of the (3) people who read this weblog already know this, but for posterity’s sake, I’ve changed employment, and I’m now at JotSpot, a company doing really, really cool stuff.

Expect to hear more on that topic here.

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  1. […] When I started at Jot, one of the things I fell most in love with about the platform was the way that application developers on the system never, ever had to think about “the database”. You just had nodes (JS objects which could serialize themselves to XML) and nodes had properties. Setting a property on the node persisted it and created a new version of the node. […]