Ha… how could I forget? =) 
Adding it now.

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From: Robin Verlangen <robin@us2.nl>
Reply-To: <user@cassandra.apache.org>
Date: Thursday, August 23, 2012 9:56 AM
To: <user@cassandra.apache.org>
Subject: Re: Cassandra API Library.

@Brian: You're missing PhpCassa (PHP library)

With kind regards,

Robin Verlangen
Software engineer

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2012/8/23 Hiller, Dean <Dean.Hiller@nrel.gov>
No problem, if you like SQL at all and don't mind adding a PARTITIONS
clause, we have a raw ad-hoc layer(if you have properly added meta data
which the ORM objects do for you but can be done manually) you get a query
like this

PARTITIONS p('account56') SELECT tr FROM Trades as tr WHERE tr. price > 70;

So it queries just the partition of the Trades table.  We are still
investigating how large partitions can be but we know it is quite large
from previous nosql projects.

Dean


On 8/23/12 7:51 AM, "Brian O'Neill" <boneill42@gmail.com> wrote:

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>Thanks Dean… I hadn't played with that one.  I wonder if that would better
>fit the bill for the Spring Data Cassandra module I'm hacking on.
>https://github.com/boneill42/spring-data-cassandra
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>I'll poke around.
>
>-brian
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>On 8/23/12 9:19 AM, "Hiller, Dean" <Dean.Hiller@nrel.gov> wrote:
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>>playOrm has a raw layer that if your columns are not defined ahead of
>>time
>>and SQL with no limitations on <, =, <=, etc. etc. as well as joins being
>>added shortly BUT joins are for joining partitions so that your system
>>can
>>still scale to infinity.  Also has an in-memory database as well for unit
>>testing that you can do TDD with built in.
>>
>>So if you like JQL but want infinite scale JQL, try playOrm.
>>
>>All 45 tests are passing.  We expect 100 unit tests to be in place by the
>>end of the year.
>>
>>Dean
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>>On 8/23/12 6:46 AM, "Brian O'Neill" <boneill42@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>We've used 'em all andŠ (IMHO)
>>>
>>>1) I would avoid Thrift directly.
>>>2) Hector is a sure bet.
>>>3) Astyanax is the up and comer.
>>>4) Kundera is good, but works like an ORM -- so not so good if your
>>>columns aren't defined ahead of time.
>>>
>>>-brian
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>>>On 8/23/12 7:40 AM, "Thomas Spengler" <thomas.spengler@toptarif.de>
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>>>>4) pelops (Thrift,Java)
>>>>
>>>>On 08/23/2012 01:28 PM, Baskar Sikkayan wrote:
>>>>> I would vote for Hector :)
>>>>>
>>>>> On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 4:55 PM, Amit Handa <amithanda01@gmail.com>
>>>>>wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> hi,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> kindly let me know which java client api is more matured, and easy
>>>>>>to
>>>>>>use
>>>>>> with all features(Super Columns, caching, pooling, etc) of Cassandra
>>>>>>1.X.
>>>>>> Right now i come to know that following client exists:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1) Hector(Java)
>>>>>> 2) Thrift (Java)
>>>>>> 3) Kundera (Java)
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>>>>>> With Regards,
>>>>>> Amit
>>>>>>
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