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It can be surprising to find out that RavenDB integrates with Linq. Here's how one user made their own Stack Overflow using the .NET-based NoSQL database.
A comprehensive post detailing Java's relationship and application to some popular NoSQL technologies.
By having thresholds that you can visibly see and avoid thanks to RavenDB's Entity Framwork Profiler, you get to create better software.
This slideshow looks at upcoming developments in MongoDB that will enhance the popular NoSQL database's ability to deal with the challenges of multiple data center deployment.
The importance of ordered partitioner, what to know about column sorting, and what to do if you see only hex falues in Cassandra-cil for column keys and values . . .
NodeMapper allows you to handle relations between entities in Node.js, as well as inject interceptor for Lazy loading of related entities.
Node.js has been making the rounds as a popular software system that enables scalable web servers. This 45-minute presentation details how to use Riak from Node.js applications.
Continuing on in my series on MongoDB and Python, this article will explore the new aggregation framework introduced in MongoDB 2.1.
Get to know aggregation in MongoDB by learning how MongoDB provides an implementation of the MapReduce algorithm.
The way we ended up solving this issue is actually quite simple. We apply a global solution to a global problem, we added the ability to inject error handling logic deep into the execution pipeline of the sharding implementation, like this . . .
The creator of GreedAndFearIndex, a SaaS that determines financial attitudes towards institutions in the news, discusses how to unlock the real predictive power of machine learning.
Once again, Max De Marzi offers an inventive case of the real-world application of graph theory by translating the late-90's Chicago Bulls lineup into social network.
This post was written in response to a recent question related to RavenDB: How do we want to handle sharding failures?
In response to Kristina Chodorow's post on geospatial indexes titled "Mongo in Flatland," Chris Westin wrote this deep discussion of Geospatial Queries.
Safari Books Online gives you access to a variety of software books, such as those published by Pearson and O'Reilly.
This post follows a problem-example-solution structure to provide an in-depth discussion of NoSQL-based architectures.
Released today, Neo4j 1.8.M03 introduces the RELATE clause, a two-step dance of MATCH or CREATE. Also, new Transaction support in the shell let's you call for a do-over in case you misstep.
This post discusses a problem with the original appender for log4net logs, which stores a BSonDocument inside the MongoCollection.
This episode of the Briefing Room describes the fundamental shift NoSQL has caused in the world of databases. This video features analyst Robin Bloor and Apache Cassandra Project Chair and DataStax CTO Jonathan Ellis.
This presentation by Justin Carmony identifies how Redis, a popular NoSQL in-memory key-value store, can be used to solve a variety of problems. He discusses pros and cons of different PHP libraries, as well as some upcoming features of Redis.
This video is approx. 1-hour long, and covers a range of topics related to RavenDB, including replication, fail-over and read striping, as well as Blind and Data driven sharding.
Max De Marzi presented this slideshow at the Chicago Graph Database meet-up in April. De Marzi is konwn around DZone for writing the Neography Ruby Gem, and for his clear and inventive writing about graph theory, Ruby, and Neo4j (among other subjects).
This is just the beginning of one user's attempt at comparing benchmarking on EC2, but some problems with Linux got in the way.
Bradley Holt's CouchConf presentation covers four patterns for modeling entity relationships in doc. databases: embedded entities, related documents, list of keys, and relationship documents.