Matthew Groves | Couchbase Blog

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.

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Real Time User Deduplication with Couchbase Eventing

User deduplication is an important activity for anyone managing a corpus of user related data. In some cases you may end up with multiple versions of the same user in your database. This can happen for any number of reasons:...

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NDP Episode #26: Chris Anderson on ACID and RAFT in FaunaDb

FaunaDb is the focus of the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast. Chris Anderson joins as the special guest to talk about RAFT and ACID in a NoSQL database. The previous episode of the podcast was Nathan Voxland on...

NDP Episode #25: Nathan Voxland on Liquibase

Liquibase is the focus of the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast. Nathan Voxland joins as the special guest to talk about source control for your database. I’m also joined by special co-host Denis Rosa, a developer advocate who...

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NDP Episode #24: Brant Burnett on Linq

Linq is the focus of the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast. Brant Burnett joins as the special guest to talk about all things Linq and Linq with NoSQL. I’m also joined by special co-host Jeff Morris, an engineer...

Azure Cloud

Azure Key Vault for Credentials

Azure Key Vault is a mechanism for you to store and manage sensitive information in Azure. Once Azure Key Vaults stores the information, Azure services that you specify (and ONLY Azure services that you specify) can access it. In this...

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NDP Episode #23: Max Neunhoeffer on ArangoDb

ArangoDb is the focus of the latest episode of The NoSQL Database Podcast. Max Neunhoeffer joins as the special guest to talk about this multi-model NoSQL document database. The previous episode of the podcast was Couchbase, the Engagement NoSQL Database...

Azure Cloud

Azure Functions with Couchbase Server (video)

Azure Functions allow you to use “serverless” architecture on Microsoft Azure. All you do is write the code, and Azure Functions takes care of the servers for you. Azure Functions In this video, I’m going to show you how to...

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Eventing: Notification with Couchbase Functions

Eventing is a new service available in Couchbase Server. The Cincinnati Reds are interested in using this feature to more quickly serve their VIP customers. A concierge is assigned to one or more VIPs. When the VIP enters the ballpark,...

Multi-document transactions: ACID and Couchbase Part 2

Multi-document transactions were not covered in the previous post in this series: ACID Properties and Couchbase. That blog post covered the building blocks of ACID that Couchbase supports for the single document. In this blog post, we’re going to use...

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Data Visualization with Couchbase and Knowi

Note: This post uses the the Couchbase Analytics Data Definition Language as of the version 5.5 preview release.  For updates and information on breaking changes in newer versions, please refer to Changes to the Couchbase Analytics Service. Data visualization and reporting...