Since starting my own consulting business, I've had the opportunity
to work with lots of interesting technologies. Today I wanted to tell you about
0 replies - 4111 views - 07/11/12 by Rick Copeland in Articles
Recently I started working on a project, in my spare time, and I hope
it will eventually get large amounts of data, so I started thinking
2 replies - 5334 views - 07/10/12 by Bozhidar Bozhanov in Articles
8 months ago I posted the results of my research about fast retrieval of social news feeds
0 replies - 3173 views - 07/09/12 by René Pickhardt in Articles
The following article was originally written by Michael Hunger over at the Neo4j blog.After publishing the SOS call for helping us testing...
0 replies - 1915 views - 07/09/12 by Eric Genesky in Articles
Tornado is a popular asynchronous Python web server, and MongoDB a
widely used non-relational database. Alas, to connect to MongoDB from a...
0 replies - 4098 views - 07/08/12 by A. Jesse Jiryu Davis in Articles
In the US Air Guitar
Championships, competitors use their talents to fret on an “invisible”
guitar to rock a live crowd and deliver a...
0 replies - 3102 views - 07/05/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles
been working to build, and re-build, a geospatial table for work.
There’s been a lot of challenges in this project for me as this is the
2 replies - 4654 views - 07/05/12 by Micheal Shallop in Articles
Recently, there's been growing support to change the terminology we use
to describe the data model of Cassandra. This has people somewhat
1 replies - 3679 views - 07/03/12 by Brian O' Neill in Articles
At the end of February, we took a look at Michael Hunger’s Batch Importer.
It is a great tool to load millions of nodes and...
0 replies - 2992 views - 07/03/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles
Got an email with links about NoSQL. Links like "Going NoSQL with MongoDB".
This -- like many such articles -- includes the phrase "the...
1 replies - 3239 views - 07/02/12 by Steven Lott in Articles
Me announcing the open-source Garner gem, https://github.com/artsy/garner
and talking about server-side caching. A few people came up to me after
0 replies - 2828 views - 07/02/12 by Daniel Doubrovkine in Articles
NoSQL databases due to their scalability are becoming increasingly
popular. When used appropriately NoSQL databases can offer real
benefits. MongoDB is...
1 replies - 4269 views - 07/01/12 by Pavithra Gunasekara in Articles
You’ve probably already heard about the interesting paper by Kiri Wagstaff, titled ”Machine Learning that Matters”, presented at this years ICML...
0 replies - 3286 views - 06/28/12 by Mikio Braun in Articles
The NoSQL hype is omnipresent. And many startups are tempted to go
for Cassandra/MongoDB/HBase/Redis/… . Here I’ll argue why they should
4 replies - 7820 views - 06/28/12 by Bozhidar Bozhanov in Articles
I’m inspired by the title of a blog entry that mulls Angular. The title in question, for those that have not clicked is The model is the single source of...
0 replies - 1793 views - 06/27/12 by Paul Hammant in Articles