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Matthew D. Groves is a guy who loves to code. It doesn't matter if it's C#, jQuery, or PHP: he'll submit pull requests for anything. He has been coding professionally ever since he wrote a QuickBASIC point-of-sale app for his parent's pizza shop back in the 90s. He currently works as a Product Marketing Manager for Couchbase. His free time is spent with his family, watching the Reds, and getting involved in the developer community. He is the author of AOP in .NET (published by Manning), a Pluralsight author, and a Microsoft MVP.

Austin User Group Visits – October 2016 (Videos)

I spent nearly a week in Texas, visiting four user groups and talking about Couchbase as much as possible. The first two days of the week I spent in Austin. Here are the videos: Austin .NET User Group – Full...

/November 29, 2016

.NET Core with Visual Studio Code

Jeff Morris already wrote a great blog post to introduce the Couchbase .NET Core SDK, which is now in developer preview. I’m going to show you some of the tooling that I’m using to write .NET Core on Windows: Visual...

/November 18, 2016

.NET and Couchbase – October 2016, New York Code Camp (video)

I was a speaker at the Code Camp NYC conference on October 8, 2016. My topic was Full Stack Development with .NET and NoSQL. The organizers and venue allowed me to record the session, and so I’ve posted it on...

/November 16, 2016

Docker and ASP.NET Core with Couchbase Server

In many of my blog posts and samples, I use a single Couchbase Server node. I do this because it’s easy, and much of what I demonstrate can be done with a single node. However, Couchbase Server is typically run...

/November 14, 2016

Summer Project 2016: The CouchCase

I know that Summer 2016 is long gone, but I promised one more blog post about building the CouchCase. This part was the easiest, since clustering Couchbase Server nodes together is really easy. Networking First, a little information about how...

/October 10, 2016

Using Couchbase to Store Non-JSON Data

I believe most of the power of Couchbase Server comes when you use it as a document database to store JSON documents. You get to use N1QL, for instance! However, there are some times when you need Couchbase to store...

/October 7, 2016

Upcoming #Couchbase Events in Austin, Houston and New York City

I’m going to be in New York on October 8th and Texas from October 10th to October 13th. If you’re in any of those areas and interested in NoSQL and Couchbase, now is a good chance to attend some sessions, visit...

/October 4, 2016

Chicago User Group Visits – September 2016 (Videos)

I spent nearly a week in Chicago, visiting three user groups, appearing on a video podcast, and talking to everyone who would listen about Couchbase. Something happened at the Chicago .NET Developers Downtown user group that I have never seen...

/September 23, 2016

.NET and Couchbase – August 2016, Dayton Ohio (video)

I was a guest speaker at the Dayton .NET Developers Group on August 24, 2016. My topic was Full Stack Development with .NET and NoSQL. The group and venue kindly allowed me to record the session, and so I’ve posted...

/September 16, 2016

Summer Project 2016 update: The Couchcase Rises

Last time, I blogged about getting the most important pieces of the Couchcase together. I installed Ubuntu on 3 Intel Compute Sticks and installed Couchbase Server on them. It’s been a while since my last update, because I ran into...

/September 15, 2016