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NDP Episode #6: RavenDB, a NoSQL Database for .NET

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NDP Episode #6: RavenDB, a NoSQL Database for .NET

Join Nic Raboy, Matthew Groves, and Ayende Rahien as they discuss RavenDB, NoSQL, and .NET and how they all fit together.

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I am pleased to announce that the sixth episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast has been published to the popular podcasting outlets.  In this episode, titled RavenDB, a NoSQL Database for .NET, I'm joined by Oren Eini, also known as Ayende Rahien, from the NoSQL database company RavenDB.  I am also joined by my colleague and .NET expert Matthew Groves, and the three of us discuss NoSQL from the perspective of .NET.

In this episode, Matthew helps me get all the details from Oren when it comes to RavenDB, such as how it operates from a technical perspective, who the target audience is, and what kind of frameworks or SDKs are available.

This podcast can be listened to on all the major podcasting outlets.  My personal favorites are Pocket Casts and iTunes.  If you'd prefer to listen to this episode directly, it can be heard below.


If you have any questions for Oren, Matthew, or myself, please direct them to advocates@couchbase.com and we'll get you an answer as soon as possible.

In case you missed the previous episode regarding Big Data and where it fits with NoSQL, it can be found here.  For further information on Couchbase and how to query for data, please visit our developer portal.

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