Recently I used the Neo4j graph database in GitMoon. I have gathered some of the tricky things I learned the hard way and I recommend any Neo4j user to take a...
0 replies - 10293 views - 10/08/12 by Yaron Naveh in Articles
PostgreSQL vs Informix
Probably the closest database object-relationally to Postgres is
Informix. Informix in fact got its object-relational approach...
0 replies - 4205 views - 10/08/12 by Chris Travers in Articles
Allison Sparrow shared a link to Patentula,
a company interested in finding better ways to explore patent data and
hunt patent trolls. ...
0 replies - 2650 views - 10/07/12 by Max De Marzi in Articles
And not just mongo vs. redis but also jade vs. ejs, azure vs. jitsu and anything else you want! All in today's GitMoon new rollout. Here are some of the...
0 replies - 7655 views - 10/05/12 by Yaron Naveh in Articles
In some of the recent work I’ve been doing with neo4j the queries
I’ve written have been summing up the values from multiple nodes and
0 replies - 1971 views - 10/01/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
Let’s assume we have a list of tasks to accomplish. Some of the tasks
depend on others, so we must be very careful with the order of their...
2 replies - 8664 views - 10/01/12 by Stoimen Popov in Articles
Replication: when everything is working, it seems the easiest thing, but
the challenge comes when we have failures. This is something that
MongoDB, being a...
0 replies - 4436 views - 09/28/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
Learning CouchDB showed me that it is different than other NoSQL DBs I had studied so far with respect to sharding and replication:
It does not have sharding,...
0 replies - 3812 views - 09/27/12 by Rodrigo De Castro in Articles
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0 replies - 3067 views - 09/27/12 by Matt Vickery in Articles
About a year and a half ago I wrote about the sunk cost fallacy which is defined like so:
The Misconception: You make rational decisions based on the...
0 replies - 3223 views - 09/25/12 by Mark Needham in Articles
The major point of many of Martin Fowler's blog posts, repeated in his book, is that NoSQL represents a movement away from integrating on the database and...
0 replies - 9115 views - 09/25/12 by Chris Travers in Articles
So you have all
of this graph-tacular data in your graph database (for this post, I'm
using neo4j). It looks slick with its vertices and edges. People...
0 replies - 3556 views - 09/24/12 by Duncan Brown in Articles
We had this discussion in the office another day and I couldn’t figure
out why popular NoSQL products like MongoDB, CouchDB, Cassandra, etc.
0 replies - 4327 views - 09/23/12 by Nikita Ivanov in Articles
Ok, I'm back with
a new post, this time with a post about a couple quirks I ran into
while implementing some test cases for Spring Data using...
0 replies - 3836 views - 09/23/12 by Duncan Brown in Articles
Neo4j is deployed everywhere from internal business units to global 24x7
environments, yet all successful customers share something in common: a
0 replies - 2678 views - 09/22/12 by Allen Coin in Articles