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.

Monitoring and profiling

New Profiling and Monitoring in Couchbase Server 5.0 Preview

N1QL query monitoring and profiling updates are just some of goodness you can find in February’s developer preview release of Couchbase Server 5.0.0. Go download the February 5.0.0 developer release of Couchbase Server today, click the “Developer” tab, and check...

Windows 10 Anniversary Edition

Couchbase Server 4.6 Supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Back in August 2016, when the Windows 10 Anniversary Update was rolling out, I blogged that Couchbase Server was not working correctly on it. That is no longer true! Short version: Couchbase Server 4.6 now supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update....

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Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 2: Data Migration

In this series of blog posts, I’m going to lay out the considerations when moving to a document database when you have a relational background. Specifically, Microsoft SQL Server as compared to Couchbase Server. In three parts, I’m going to...

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Moving from SQL Server to Couchbase Part 1: Data Modeling

In this series of blog posts, I’m going to lay out the considerations when moving to a document database when you have a relational background. Specifically, Microsoft SQL Server as compared to Couchbase Server. In three parts, I’m going to...

.NET Core List, Queue, and Dictionary Data Structures backed by Couchbase

The addition of the sub-document API to Couchbase 4.5 has paved the way for efficient data structure support in Couchbase. In this blog post, I’m going to show a demo of three types of data structures you can use with...

Getting Started with GeoJSON, Couchbase, .NET, and Google Maps

This is a guest post by Calvin Allen. Calvin is a .NET developer in Columbus, OH that enjoys designing software that not only solves business problems, but it easy to use, on budget, and on time. If he isn’t designing...

A tour of the new Couchbase Web Console (video)

Earlier this month, we introduced Developer Builds. In this video, I take you on a quick tour of the new Couchbase Web Console. This is a video version of the blog I wrote earlier about the new Couchbase Web Console....

A tour of the new Couchbase Web Console

Change is coming to the Couchbase Web Console that you know and love. But don’t worry, the old UI will still be available (for a while). In this blog post, I’m going to take you on a tour of the...

Couchbase on the Pete on Software Podcast

I was invited back on the Pete on Software Podcast to talk about Couchbase. Pete is a an independent software developer/architect, and he also runs The Swift Ninja blog. Pete and I run into eachother occasionally here in Ohio, and...

Using cbimport to import Wikibase data to JSON documents

I’m busy working on some SQL Server to Couchbase Server blog posts, but in the meantime, I’d thought I’d leave you a little chestnut of JSON goodness for the Christmas weekend. Wikibase has a huge database of information. All kinds...