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All posts by John Zablocki, NET. SDK Developer, Couchbase

John Zablocki is a NET. SDK Developer at Couchbase. John is also the organizer of Beantown ALT.NET and a former adjunct at Fairfield University. You can also check out the book on Amazon named "Couchbase Essentials" which explains how to install and configure Couchbase Server.

New Visual Studio Code Snippets for the .NET Couchbase Client Library

I have a few Visual Studio code snippets that I use regularly when testing out new installations of Couchbase Server.  I've just made them available on GitHub and Nuget.  Right now the snippets are fairly basic, but over time I'll...

Strongly Typed Views with the .NET Client Library

The latest bits of the Couchbase .NET Client Library support a few different view querying options.  In this post, I'll describe those options in detail.  To play along at home, make sure you have the latest Couchbase Server installed with...

TapMap Part I: Working with a Repository of T with Couchbase Server 2.0 and the .NET Client Library

I’ve been meaning to put together a reference application for using .NET and Couchbase Server.  While traveling to London for the Progressive NoSQL conference at Skills Matter, I passed the hours waiting for my hotel room to be ready by...

Using C# Domain Objects to Define Couchbase Views

The Couchbase Client Library 1.2-Beta includes a new API for some basic cluster management.  There are methods for creating, removing and listing buckets.  There are similar methods for managing design documents.  These new features are found in the new class...

Wicked Easy .NET and NoSQL with Couchbase Server

NoSQL doesn’t have to be difficult.  Generally speaking, it isn’t.  But admittedly, and especially on Windows, it’s not always as clean as it could be.  Each database has its challenges.  Some are difficult to install.  Some are difficult to configure....

XDCR with ASP.NET and Nancy

You’re probably aware of the new Cross Data Center Replication (XDCR) feature of Couchbase Server 2.0.  Its most obvious utility is to allow you to replicate data from one Couchbase cluster to another.  However, there are more novel use cases...