What would happen if your database would have no network interface, no query abstractions and less than 250 lines of node.js code? You would end up with a very flexible in-memory database that is wonderfully suitable for dirty tasks such as rapid prototyping or performing millions of GET/SET operations per second.
Felix loves node.js and other single threaded acrobatics such as unicycling. He is a co-founder of Transloadit and Debuggable, but mostly known for his contributions to CakePHP and node.js. In an alternative life he wants to either work in robotics or develop nuclear solutions to the growing thread of volcano terrorism.