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Eric Genesky04/22/13
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Big Data, MongoDB vs. Hadoop

Your big data use cases drive the technology required to implement big data projects successfully. Hear Pythian's CTO Alex Gorbachev share his insights on when you should use Hadoop and MongoDB.

Manik Surtani04/21/13
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Infinispan Coming to Brazil's JUDCon

Infinispan team is coming to São Paulo (Brazil) to present on multiple topics around caching, data grids and NoSQL in Brazil's first ever JBoss Users & Developers Conference (JUDCon).

Ayende Rahien04/20/13
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RavenDB Indexing: An Off the Cuff Stat

I am currently teaching a RavenDB Course, and we were just talking about indexing. In particular, Search Indexes, like the one here . . .

Eric Genesky04/20/13
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Graph Theory - An Introduction

Here's an introduction to some basic terminology and ideas for a graph, including vertex set, edge set, cardinality, and other terms.

Eric Genesky04/19/13
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Advanced HBase Schema Design

While running a simple key/value based solution on HBase usually requires an equally simple schema, it is less trivial to operate a different application that has to insert thousands of records . . .

Eric Genesky04/19/13
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CODEshow - Introduction to MongoDB

MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database. MongoDB's open-source, document-oriented technology is popular among both developers and IT professionals given its agile and scalable approach.

Eric Sedor04/19/13
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[“Thinking”, “About”, “Arrays”, “In”, “MongoDB”]

The growing popularity of MongoDB means more and more people are thinking about data in ways divergent from traditional relational models.

Eric Genesky04/19/13
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Scalaris: Scalable Web Applications with a Transactional Key-Value Store

Scalaris is a scalable, transactional, distributed key-value store. It thus overcomes the consistency and data model restrictions of common key-value stores.

Issam Lahlali04/18/13
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Abstractness vs. Instability: Neo4j Case Study

Robert C.Martin wrote an interesting article about a set of metrics that can be used to measure the quality of an object-oriented design in terms of the interdependence between the subsystems of that design.

Eric Genesky04/18/13
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MongoDB and the JVM

Here's Norberto Leite, of 10gen, discussing MongoDB and the JVM. You can find a version with the slides at the link below this video.

Eric Genesky04/18/13
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Optimisitic Concurrency for MongoDB in .NET Using LINQ

In this screencast, I show you how to use an open source library I've authored and published on NuGet which very easily adds optimistic concurrency to MongoDB in a . . .

Eric Genesky04/18/13
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Amazon Elastic MapReduce

This is a 45-minute webinar presented by Ryan Shuttleworth, AWS Evangelist, that focuses on using Elastic MapReduce with Amazon EC2.

Mark Needham04/17/13
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Neo4j/Cypher: Redundant Relationships

Last week I was writing a query to find the top scorers in the Premier League so far this season alongside the number of games they’ve played in which initially read like this . . .

Eric Genesky04/17/13
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What is MongoDB

This video explains what MongoDB is? What is NoSQL database in general?, Why was there a need for Document Oriented databases?

Eric Genesky04/17/13
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Dismax: Querying More Fields != More Results

Let’s recall from Anatomy of a Dismax Query some key components to the dismax query parser . . .

Eric Genesky04/17/13
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Building a Node Application with Couchbase, Node, and Angular

Learn more about NoSQL and MapReduce with Couchbase, and see how you can easily leverage it into your node application.

Andreas Kollegger04/16/13
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Almost there: Neo4j 1.9-RC1

Today is Leonhard Euler’s birthday, and we’re celebrating by announcing a first Release Candidate for Neo4j 1.9, now available for download!

Moshe Kaplan04/16/13
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MongoDB, Users and Permissions

That is not the first thing that comes to mind when you consider using NoSQL. It is not a big surprise as the early adapters of NoSQL were Internet companies.

Andreas Kollegger04/16/13
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Heroku Addon News: New "Try" Plan Migration and Request for Feedback

We’ve been working to improve our architecture in our Heroku Add-on. We’ve also been working on making it possible for you guys to migrate off of our deprecated Test plan, and onto our supported Try plan.

Eric Genesky04/16/13
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Drive Smarter Decisions with Hadoop and Windows Azure HDInsight Service

Windows Azure HDInsight Service lets you embrace Hadoop, enabling you to seamlessly manage data of any type or size.

Ayende Rahien04/15/13
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Reviewing LevelDB: Part VII - Filters?

I was all set to finish this series, when I realized that I missed something important, I didn’t covered, and indeed, I don’t currently understand, what filters are, and how are they used. As usual, once I actually got to the part of the code where...

Eric Genesky04/15/13
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Links You Don't Want to Miss (2013/04/15)

Here is a guideline for building mobile web apps from the creators of Forecast. Also, a computer program that learns to play classic NES games.

Eric Genesky04/15/13
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Everything I Know About Fast Databases I Learned at the Dog Track

An emerging class of distributed database management systems (DBMS), known as NewSQL, provide the same scalable performance of NoSQL systems while maintaining . . . .

Eric Genesky04/15/13
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SQL? NoSQL? NewSQL? What's a Java Dev to Do?

Here's a one-hour presentation by Chris Richardson, who explores a few emergent database solutions, including VoltDB , MongoDB, and Cassandra.

Eric Genesky04/14/13
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Running Netflix on Cassandra in the Cloud

Here's a description of Adrian's talk from GOTO Aarhus 2012: Netflix used to be a traditional Datacenter based architecture using a few large Oracle database backends.