I am on the record as being a
MongoDB fan, admirer, and devotee. I never...
0 replies - 17115 views - 01/09/12 by Cody Powell in Articles
This was a live blog from a MongoSV session. Here’s a link to the entire series of posts.
These are cautionary tales, but also an opportunity for...
0 replies - 3869 views - 01/08/12 by Mike Dirolf in Articles
This was a live-blog from a MongoSV session. Here’s a link to the entire series of posts.
Kyle’s strategy is to start with a normalized representation...
0 replies - 9053 views - 01/07/12 by Mike Dirolf in Articles
My first assignment at Neo4j was to create a Java DSL for the Cypher
query language, that is used to access data from the Neo4j database in a
1 replies - 3815 views - 01/07/12 by Rickard Oberg in Articles
“What’s the future of CouchDB? It’s Couchbase.” —Damien Katz“The future of CouchDB is CouchDB.” —Noah Slater
First of all, don’t panic. The...
1 replies - 4224 views - 01/06/12 by Bradley Holt in News
Steve Py asks an interesting question in one of the comments to my On Infinite Scalability post: Can
you elaborate more on: "Note, those changes...
2 replies - 3482 views - 01/06/12 by Ayende Rahien in Articles
When I started running some years ago, I bought a Garmin Forerunner 405.
It’s a nifty little device that tracks GPS coordinates while you are
0 replies - 5549 views - 01/05/12 by Davy Suvee in Articles
This week, DZone has gathered together its top articles in every
major topical area. These were chosen based popularity and quality of
content. If you...
1 replies - 11279 views - 01/05/12 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles
MongoDB, as some of you may know, has a process-wide write lock. This
has caused some degree of ridicule from database purists when they
discover such a...
2 replies - 7868 views - 01/04/12 by Rick Copeland in Articles
fact, for over 30 years or so, the Database Wars have been settled, the
relational databases have won the fight, and the decision left was which
4 replies - 8850 views - 01/04/12 by Ayende Rahien 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
0 replies - 1737 views - 01/04/12 by Chris Travers in Articles
Ok you guys did not hear much from me most recently. I was on
vaccation and then on summer school and I worked on my first scientific poster and on a talk...
1 replies - 5150 views - 01/03/12 by René Pickhardt in Articles
If you are trying to run Pig on Cassandra and you encounter: "binary operator expected"You
are most likely running pig_cassandra against the latest...
0 replies - 3616 views - 01/01/12 by Brian O' Neill in Articles
Apache Whirr version 0.7.0 has just been released with some nice new support features for DevOps folks and Machine Learning buffs. The release also fixed 50...
0 replies - 5574 views - 12/29/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News
There’s a lot of good things about JSON — it’s a standards based,
language independent, representation of object-like data. Also, it’s
1 replies - 5913 views - 12/29/11 by Francesca Krihely in Articles