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This week in NoSQL, Neo4j reaches a new milestone, and DZone releases a must-have developer reference to MongoDB with Refcard 171, MongoDB: Flexible NoSQL for Humongous Data.
Neo4j 1.9.M04 Released
VoltDB Announces VoltDB 3.0
MongoDB: Flexible NoSQL for Humongous Data
This Week's Top 5 NoSQL Links
1. On Developing MongoDB for the Last 5 Years - Author of the MongoDB Refcard
DZone interviews Kristina Chodorow, who gives some insight into MongoDB,
the popular NoSQL solution. She also suggests some great further
2. Lotus Notes, a Lesson in Poor UX
As a longtime Outlook user, I've had the exciting experience of learning how to use Lotus Notes.
3. Java Development with MongoDB
Here is a Java-focused presentation on developing with MongoDB. The
agenda includes Java driver basics, Morphia, and options beyond the Java
language, such as Groovy and Grails.
4. Working with Cassandra on OpenShift
On Tuesday, OpenShift Evangelist Shekhar Gulati published a tutorial for
getting started with Cassandra on OpenShift.
5. Cloudifying Couchbase
As architects, developers or site reliability engineers, you probably
use cloud infrastructure platforms at some stage of application
deployment, either development, staging or production.
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