Thanks Wouter van Oortmerssen for the flatbuffers serialization format, which introduced an excellent schema upgrade path.

Thanks Dr. Hipp for SQLite implementation that enabled a reasonable foundational data persistence mechanism.

Thanks Guillaume Lessard for the SwiftAtomics implementation, it is a shame that Swift doesn't have a good atomic primitives and we have to guess.

Thanks Snap. While was employed there, I was able to build several structured data persistence mechanisms that become the predecessors of Dflat.

Thanks Aaron Levine, for the idea of writing an open-source implementation of the proprietary system we developed together at Snap when I am in my retirement.