All posts by Matthew Groves, Developer Advocate

Matthew is a Developer Advocate for Couchbase, and lives in the Central Ohio area. He has experience as a web developer as a consultant, in-house developer, and product developer. He has been a regular speaker at conferences and user groups all over the United States, and he has written AOP in .NET for Manning Books. He has experience in C# and .NET, but also with other web-related tools and technologies like JavaScript and PHP. You can find him on Twitter at @mgroves.

Couchbase tooling

Tooling Improvements in Couchbase 5.0 Beta

Tooling improvements have come to Couchbase Server 5.0 Beta. In this blog post, I’m going to show you some of the tooling improvements in: Query plan visualization – to better understand how a query is going to execute Query monitoring...

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Logging with Log4Net and Common Logging

Logging with Common.Logging, log4net, and the Couchbase .NET SDK is demonstrated in this video. The source code for the logging example used in this video is available on Github. For more information about logging, check out the logging documentation on...

Authentication and authorization

Authentication and Authorization with RBAC in .NET

Authentication and authorization are vastly improved in Couchbase Server 5.0. We’ve been blogging about the new RBAC features in the developer preview for a while. Authentication and Authorization with RBAC – introduction / part 1 Authentication and Authorization with RBAC...

Sample application

Sample Application with Spring and Angular: GitTalent

One of the first big projects I was involved in after I started at Couchbase last year was helping to create a sample application that would be demonstrated at Couchbase Connect 2016. Sample application It was an enormous team effort...

Authentication and authorization

Authorization and Authentication with RBAC (Part 2)

Authorization and authentication are important to Couchbase. In March, I blogged about some of the new Role Based Access Control (RBAC) that we are showing in the Couchbase Server 5.0 Developer Builds. This month, I’d like to go into a...

Announcement

Couchbase 5.0 April 2017 Developer Build Features & Enhancements

April showers bring May flowers, but until then it’s time for the April 2017 developer build. The April 2017 Developer Build has a ton of bug fixes and feature enhancements, and we are one step closer to the stable release...

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SQL to JSON Data Modeling with Hackolade

SQL to JSON data modeling is something I touched on in the first part of my “Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase” series. Since that blog post, some new tooling has come to my attention from Hackolade, who have recently...

Infinite Mirror

C# Tuples: New C# 7 language feature

C# tuples are a new feature of C# 7. I’m going to show you the basics of how C# tuples work. I’m also going to mix in a little Couchbase to show tuples in action. However, if you don’t want...

Workshop

ASP.NET with NoSQL Workshop

I delivered an ASP.NET with NoSQL workshop at the recent Indy.Code() conference in Indianapolis. I had a lot of fun at this conference, and I recommend you go next year. If you were unable to attend, don’t worry, because I’ve...

Ancient data structures

Data structures with Couchbase and .NET (video)

In February, I wrote a blog about using data structures with .NET (and .NET Core): List, Queue, and Dictionary. Now, I’ve created a video to show the same concepts in action. How to use Couchbase Data Structures with .NET The...