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November 5, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.10 Now Available!

This is bug fix and maintenance release for the 1.3.X version of the Couchbase .NET Client. It contains a number of bug fixes and a performance enhancement specific to add/remove node and rebalance scenarios. It is suggested that users of earlier versions of the Couchbase .NET 1.3.X client upgrade to this version.

What’s in this release?

The following tickets are included within this release:

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July 25, 2014

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Developer Preview 3

As a follow to the previous DP2 in June, we are releasing another developer preview, DP3. This developer preview, adds a plethora of bug fixes, features and most importantly, changes to the public API by way of a) providing methods for working with “documents” and b) changing the way a cluster object is instantiated. We have also moved the repo from CouchbaseLabs to Couchbase proper on Github; I’ll touch on that a bit later.

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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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