Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the
Week in the NoSQL Zone (Oct. 25 to Oct. 31). Here they are, in order
0 replies - 4391 views - 11/03/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
Make sure you read up on the previous tip to understand the following post!
Faceted search is any type of search that can involve a wide...
0 replies - 4428 views - 11/01/13 by Antoine Girbal in Articles
Recently, Redis creator Salvatore Sanfilippo announced that Redis collections are now iterable. In the past, Redis collections have been difficult to access...
0 replies - 4933 views - 11/01/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
I'm back with a quick post (with more to come soon).I was in the middle
of upgrading my little test project to a newer version of Spring Data
0 replies - 1380 views - 10/31/13 by Duncan Brown in Articles
A very common feature of any social site (and other types of application) is to find the latest activity of one’s friends. Another related...
0 replies - 5320 views - 10/31/13 by Antoine Girbal in Articles
This post was originally written by Robin Johnson
*Ba Dum Tschhh* … See what I did there? Makes cents? Get it? Haha.
So … N1QL (pronounced...
0 replies - 4039 views - 10/31/13 by Don Pinto in Articles
Take a look at Kenny Bastani's slides below for a look at natural language search - a search technique that is akin to querying a database through spoken...
0 replies - 2671 views - 10/31/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
The expressive power of Cypher is already awesome and getting better with the Neo4j 2.0 release.
Let’s take a step back from the...
0 replies - 2609 views - 10/30/13 by Max De Marzi in Articles
Last week, I did a couple of talks about modelling with Neo4j meet ups in Amsterdam and Antwerp and there were a few questions about how indexing works with...
0 replies - 4580 views - 10/30/13 by Mark Needham in Articles
Analytics is becoming an increasingly important topic with MongoDB since it is in use for more and more large critical projects. People are tired of using...
0 replies - 8012 views - 10/29/13 by Antoine Girbal in Articles
Something I’ve seen people get confused by when writing queries using
Neo4j’s cypher query language is the sometimes significant difference
0 replies - 652 views - 10/28/13 by Mark Needham in Articles
There has been a growing interest in using MongoDB as an in-memory
database, meaning that the data is not stored on disk at all. This can
0 replies - 11239 views - 10/28/13 by Antoine Girbal in Articles
Originall authored by Adam H.Wow, GraphConnect SF 2013
was awesome! We had almost 400 people attending the conference and we
would like to say a big thank...
0 replies - 2437 views - 10/25/13 by Andreas Kollegger in Articles
One of the things that I’ve found difficult when looking at a new
Neo4j database is working out the structure of the data it contains.
I’m used to...
0 replies - 2324 views - 10/24/13 by Mark Needham in Articles
Blogger Bryce Nyeggen understands exactly what MongoDB is — "it's just mmap":
Basically, MongoDB consists of a collection of mmap’d linked lists of BSON...
0 replies - 6309 views - 10/23/13 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles