ODBMS.ORG Persistent Patterns Awards: Public Voting
ODBMS.ORG, a vendor-independent non-profit group of high-profile software experts lead by Prof. Roberto V. Zicari, today announced that the Public Voting for choosing the most valuable Persistent Model Patterns among the submissions received by May 29, 2009 to ODBMS.ORG, is now open till June 20, 2009.
25 patterns comprise the set of submissions:
Matthew Barker, Director of System Engineering, Versant Corp.
Pattern: Large Persistent Collection.
Robert Greene , Vice President, Versant Corp.
Pattern: Persistent Versioned Graph Pattern.
Lenny Hoffman, Todd Stavish, Dr Nic Caine, Brian Clark. Objectivity, Inc.
Pattern: Dynamic Schemas in object database management systems (ODBMS)
Derek Laufenberg, Versant Corp.
Patterns: Back-Pointer Managed Collection.
Split Class Pattern.
Richard Lingeh, Principal Consultant, Versant
Pattern: Schema Builder
Adrian Marriott , Principal Consultant, Progress Software Inc.
Patterns: Bespoke Indexes, Compress Persistent Data, Database Manager, Evolver, Frame, Head/Body, OO Anti-Pattern: Frame (Meta-Type System), Persistent Mutex, Persistent Queue, Persistent Singleton, Query Visitor, Small Object Pool Allocator, String Table, Transaction Memento.
Eugenia Stathopoulou, Panos Vassiliadis
Patterns: Querying, Schema Modifications, Storage, Updates,
Pattern: Probabilistic Graph Model
All persistent patterns submitted are available for free download.
To vote, visit the ODBMS.ORG Public Vote site.
Public Voting takes place between June 1- 20, 2009.
The ODBMS.ORG Awards for the 3 patterns which will receive the highest votes, will be announced on June 25, 2009 at ODBMS.ORG. The Awards ceremony will take place on July 2, 2009, at the ICOODB 2009 conference in Zurich.
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