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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.

Pagination in Couchbase Server with N1QL and PHP

Onwuka Gideon is a freelance full stack developer with years of experience designing and coding web applications and solving complex problems. He loves security, writing, and discussing new technology. When building applications that deal with a large number of documents,...

Couchbase’s History of Everything: DCP

Hiding behind an acronym (DCP), Couchbase has a secret superpower. Most people think of databases as storage locations data in a certain moment in time. But with Database Change Protocol (DCP), a Couchbase cluster can be viewed as  an ongoing...

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet –Ratnopam Chakrabarti

Ratnopam Chakrabarti hails from Plano, Texas and is an AWS Certified Solution Architect at Ericsson. He has been actively involved in contributing to our our Community writing program sharing off his expertise on Couchbas

Paging Data Queries with N1QL

M. David Allen is a full-stack software engineer and entrepreneur who for more than a decade has been working with just about every different programming language and different type of database system he could get his hands on.  David has...

Build a photogallery app with auto tagging using AWS Rekognition and Couchbase – Part 4

Ratnopam Chakrabarti is a software developer currently working for Ericsson Inc. He has been focused on IoT, machine-to-machine technologies, connected cars, and smart city domains for quite a while. He loves learning new technologies and putting them to work. When he’s...

Build a photogallery app with auto tagging using AWS Rekognition and Couchbase – Part 3

Ratnopam Chakrabarti is a software developer currently working for Ericsson Inc. He has been focused on IoT, machine-to-machine technologies, connected cars, and smart city domains for quite a while. He loves learning new technologies and putting them to work. When he’s...

Build a photogallery app with auto tagging using AWS Rekognition and Couchbase – Part 2

Ratnopam Chakrabarti is a software developer currently working for Ericsson Inc. He has been focused on IoT, machine-to-machine technologies, connected cars, and smart city domains for quite a while. He loves learning new technologies and putting them to work. When he’s...

Get to know our Couchbase Community Meet – Iain Cartledge

We’re excited to announce our newest Couchbase Community Champion, Iain Cartledge, who is based in Cambridge, U.K. Tell us about yourself and what you do in your daily role? I’m a software architect at Bango, where I’ve been working for about five and...

Build a photogallery app with auto tagging using AWS Rekognition and Couchbase – Part 1

In this post we'll introduce you to a photo gallery application which allows users to upload any image of their choice (in .png or .jpg format) and view all the images that have been uploaded by other users. The app...

Persist and Abstract Data in a Nativescript Typescript Application

Couchbase is a great tool to persist data inside our app. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a document object storage that allows you to save your data. If you are using NativeScript-Angular, there are already some great tutorials...