All posts by Laura Czajkowski, Developer Community Manager, Couchbase

Laura Czajkowski is the Snr. Developer Community Manager at Couchbase overseeing the community, our incentive programs, Experts and Champions group, meetups, and defining our presence at developer events. She’s also responsible for our monthly developer newsletter and engaging with our community in various forms. Laura has been active in Open Source communities since 2000 and has been involved in various activities, including leading and organising conferences on software testing, documentation, and advocacy. Laura is an Open Source advocate and regular conference speaker who is passionate about getting people – everyone from primary school students to technology professionals – involved in Open Source communities both on IRC and in face-to-face discussions, she is easily found online at @czajkowski on twitter and on freenode.

A Comparison of SQL and NoSQL to Simplify Your Database Decision

Have you been investing your time, effort, and resources in building ETL procedures that keep migrating data from one database to another? Is your RDBMS fully equipped to deal with unstructured and non-traditional data? With Big Data becoming the hottest...

Testing your Sync Gateway functions with synctos

Synctos includes a built-in test-helper module that helps you to write tests that validate your document definitions. It's always a good idea to test your code/configuration for bugs, and your synctos document definitions are no different.

Vaadin

Docker and Vaadin Meet Couchbase – Part 2

How to develop and run a Couchbase powered, fully functional Spring Boot web application using the Docker toolset. In part one of the series, I demonstrated how to run two Docker containers to run a functional application with a presentable...

Vaadin

Docker and Vaadin Meet Couchbase – Part 1

Running Couchbase as a Docker container is fairly easy. Simply inherit from the latest, official Couchbase image and add your customized behavior according to your requirement. In this post, I am going to show how you can fire up a...

FakeIt Series 4 of 5: Working with Existing Data

FakeIt allows you to provide existing data to your models through JSON, CSV or CSON files. This data is exposed as an inputs variable in each of a models *run and *build functions.

Document-Oriented Database and N1QL

Michael  K. Aboagye works as an application security engineer and web pentester with good knowledge in Linux, Git, PHP, Java, RDMS and Nosql database development. He likes to dabble in devops also. Document-Oriented Database and N1QL For this article, I will share...

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet – Shivansh Srivastava

In our latest interview for Get to Know Our Couchbase Community Champions, we meet Shivansh Srivastava from Delhi, India. Tell us about yourself and what you do in your daily role? I consider myself to be a polyglot developer and a...

FakeIt Series 3 of 5: Lean Models through Definitions

Definitions are a way of creating reusable set(s) within your model. It allows you to define a set of properties / values one time, referencing them multiple times throughout your model. Definitions in a FakeIt model are very similar to...

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet – Abbas Ahmed

Meet this week’s Couchbase Community Champion – Abbas Ahmed from Rentalcars.com in Manchester! Where are you based and what do you like to do in your spare time? I am based in Manchester, U.K., which is also my birthplace and...

FakeIt Series 2 of 5: Shared Data and Dependencies

There are tons of random data generators available, a simple Google Search will give you more than enough to choose from. However, almost all of these have the same frustrating flaw, which is they can only ever deal with a...