Programming is one of the hardest undertakings we do as humans today. As we all know, the web applications that serve millions of people every hour such as Yelp or Amazon are enormously complex. An army of developers build warehouses full of systems, adding row upon row of web servers and databases. On a daily basis these developers battle network failures, software bugs, performance issues, or even just fighting with the code trying to get it to build correctly. To take the Internet to the next level, we need tools like Hierarchy; tools that help us manage all those layers of code and hardware. We need tools that make the complex, simple.
Hierarchy is next-generation Java compiler that combines the world's most popular programming-language, Java, with its two most important technologies, XML and databases. Now, instead of navigating pages of code just to simply access the database, developers work directly with the most important part of their systems, the data.
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