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Jeff Morris is a Senior Software Engineer at Couchbase. Prior to joining Couchbase, Jeff spent six years at Source Interlink as an Enterprise Web Architect. Jeff is responsible for the development of Couchbase SDKs and how to integrate with N1QL (query language).

The Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.4 is now Available!

  Today we are releasing version 2.1.4 of the Couchbase .NET SDK. This release focuses on bug fixes and other improvements; however, 2.2.0 which will be released early this fall will provide full support for Multi-Dimensional Scaling (MDS) and N1QL...

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.0: The asynchronous Couchbase .NET Client!

At long last the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.0 GA is available! This release is a minor release for 2.1.0, but it includes support for the Task Asynchrony Pattern (async and await keywords) and non-blocking IO for all Key/Value operations. In...

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0.3 and 1.3.11 now Available!

This month, we have a couple of maintenance releases before we release Couchbase .NET SDK 2.1.0! Version 2.1.0 will be a significant release for the SDK, especially since we will have support for the async/await keywords and a new non-blocking...

Preview N1QL DP4 Support for the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0!

Yesterday, the query team here at Couchbase released the long-awaited N1QL Developer Preview 4! If you haven’t heard of N1QL, it’s an all new SQL-like query language that Couchbase is developing for querying non-relational data-stores like Couchbase. The goal is...

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0.1 is now available!

Today we are releasing version 2.0.1 of the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0. This is a follow up release from the GA release 2.0.0 in early December of last year and largely includes bug fixes and performance improvements building on the...

Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 GA Available!

Today we are releasing the new Couchbase .NET SDK for General Availability! This is a complete rewrite of the SDK and is based off of the Couchbase SDK 2.0 Specification, meaning it maintains a consistent interface with all of the...

Couchbase .NET SDK 1.3.6 Released, How to Contribute to Couchbase .NET SDK and Other News

Today’s Release Today we released version 1.3.6 of the .NET SDK! This was another bug fix/maintenance release that included several contributions from the Couchbase community. Being an Open Source Software project, we depend upon community involvment and each and every...

Introducing Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Beta!

Some call it “bayduh”, others like my colleague Don Pinto here at Couchbase call it “bee-tah”; but whatever you call it were shipping it! After many months of development and three developer previews, we proudly present the Couchbase .NET SDK...

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...

Introducing the Couchbase DOTNET SDK 2.0 Development Blog Series

Hello folks, over the next couple of months we’ll be doing a series of blogs that will follow the development of the Couchbase .NET 2.0 SDK. In this post I will go over the high level architecture, some motivation and...

Introducing the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0 Beta 2!

Today we are releasing a Beta 2 of the Couchbase .NET SDK 2.0.   This is an exciting update in our continued commitment to the .NET platform, and the .NET community.  We've even managed to squeeze in a few new features...

Couchbase DOTNET SDK 2.0 Development Series: Part 1-1: Server Config

In the introduction to this series, I discussed some of the motivation for rewriting .NET SDK, the goals, objectives and the major features of the upcoming 2.0 release, and we examined the high-level architecture (10000 feet view) of a Couchbase...