.NET

July 3, 2012

Couchbase at New York ALT.NET and Two Years of NoSQL

There are few, if any, better places to be a .NET developer than New York City.  From startups to hedge-funds, you're likely to find an opportunity to use your C# skills.  The prevalence of  .NET in the City isn't due to Microsoft, who maintains only a modest presence in the area, but rather to the exceptional community leaders who run the various .NET user groups in the Tri-State area. 

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November 17, 2010

Interview with Enyim author and maintainer Attila Kisko

Today I had the pleasure of spending some time with Attila Kisko, a Membase contributor and the author and maintainer of Enyim - the Membase Client Library for .NET. On holiday in San Francisco from Budapest, Hungary, Attila came by the office for a visit. I enjoyed our conversation, and thought I’d share some of it with others who may want to know a bit about the man behind one of the most popular and widely deployed open source client libraries within the Membase user community.

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