Last week I released into OSS a library I’ve been hacking on for almost two years. It’s called Reactor and it’s a bit of a Frankenstein since it leverages the knowledge . . .
I’ve recently discovered a very interesting read about Pinterest‘s architecture experimentation.
The second edition of MongoDB: The Definitive Guide is now available from O’Reilly (affiliate link). It covers both developing with and administering MongoDB.
There is a big problem in the RavenDB build process. To be rather more exact, there is a… long problem in the RavenDB build process.
I’ve been playing around with modelling a product taxonomy and one thing that I wanted to do was find out the full path where a product sits under the tree.
Take a trip to Google Island, check out the Codebunk pair programming tool, and a promise-based ORM for Node.js. Plus: developer wages drop 2%, and Brian Eno on creative problem solving.
Everybody seems to be looking at and debating NoSQL these days, and so am I and I thought I'd say a few words about it.
As you may remember, I created a little beer graph some time ago to experiment and have fun with beer, and graphs.
Matthew Revell presented this 30-minute tutorial on building scalability into your next project with Riak.
In my time playing around with neo4j I’ve run into a problem a few times where I executed a query using the web console (usually accessible @ http://localhost:7474/webadmin/#/console/) and have got absolutely no response.
In tomorrow’s Webinar, we will discuss handle dynamic aggregation using RavenDB. A new feature in 2.5, this is meant to give you more options for reporting queries, including complex aggregation, dynamic selection, etc.
Randall Hauch gave this 45-minute presentation in April at NoSQL Matters.
I'm not going to bother with survey monkey or whatever, I want to share the answers so please, answers in the comments:
For Java users, NuoDB provides a Hibernate dialect that supports both version 3.6.6 and 4.1.x of Hibernate.
This 50-minute presentation from NoSQL Matters was given by Michael Hausenblas and covers Apache Drill.
During this busy week of Android hacking at Google I/O, we are pleased to announce an amazing new Community project, for all of those who have been yearning to . . .
Greetings oh-so-persistent nuonians! Your faithful consistency nerd is here to continue the discussion of MVCC.
ETL is a common computing paradigm used in a variety of data movement and data management scenarios.
Over one year ago I was starting to think about indexing scored stings for auto completion queries.
From the second we are born we are collecting a wealth of knowledge about the world. This knowledge is accumulated and interrelated inside our brains and it represents what we know.
Everyone is concerned about the performance of their database and specifically queries on their database.
While planing and developing features for Flyway, I often wonder how the different relational databases supported by Flyway stack up in terms of popularity.
RavenDB handles replication in an async manner. Let us say that you have 5 nodes in your cluster, set to use master/master replication.
This week marked the release of DZone's Core Spring Data Refcard. In it, author Oliver Gierke provides a must-have reference for developers who are using or interested in the Spring Data project.
A bit has happened since I (Alex Averbuch) last updated you about progress in the LDBC (Linked Data Benchmark Council), and Neo’s part in it. So, without further ado . . .