Matthew Revell | Couchbase Blog

All posts by Matthew Revell, Lead Developer Advocate, EMEA, Couchbase

Matthew Revell is a Lead Dev Advocate, EMEA Couchbase. He developed a global strategy for putting Couchbase front in the minds of the product's developers.

N1QL in Lithuania!

I'm heading over to Vilnius next week to speak at the Big Data Strategy conference! In my talk I'll be covering the evolution of NoSQL query methods, right from the 1960s' hierarchical databases to N1QL, which brings the SQL back to...

Couchbase 4.0 at Seenit

We're still a short while away from the full release of Couchbase 4.0. Nonetheless, the team behind crowd-sourced video app Seenit are already putting N1QL and more to work. Dave Starling, CTO of Seenit and also a Couchbase Developer Expert, chatted to...

First steps with Node.js and Couchbase Server

I've been playing around with the Couchbase Node SDK lately and I thought it might be fun to blog my progress towards creating a fully fledged Node app using Couchbase as the database. Over the course of a few blog posts, I'm going...

Couchbase Connect 2015 Call for Papers

This week we held a phenomenal Couchbase Live Europe in London. Hundreds of people from across Europe attended to share their Couchbase experiences, with news of SQL for Documents (also known as N1QL) and our new multi-dimensional scaling strategy taking...

Hangout with Couchbase

Today we held our first Couchbage Hangout on Air of 2015! Hangouts on Air are a great feature of Google Hangouts: they let you produce what is, basically, a live TV show using the Hangouts system and then it creates...

Couchbase key design and data modeling

Last time we looked at building manual secondary indexes in Couchbase: in effect, using Couchbase more for its key-value store properties than as a document store. Continuing that key-value thread takes us to one of the most important questions in non-relational database...

Introducing the Couchbase Developer Advocacy team

We take a lot of pride in being an open source company. Take a look at our main GitHub org and Couchbase Labs: everything we do is in the open. Most Couchbasers also have an open source background and even those from...

Data modelling: manual secondary indexes

We often describe Couchbase Server as a document database. That's a good description: Couchbase performs superbly as a JSON document store. When modelling our data for Couchbase Server, though, it can help to think of it more like a key-value...

Couchbase Weekly: 2014-07-11

Here's what's been happening in Couchbase this week! Couchbase HangoutMatthew, Phil and Michael held a hangout introducing the 2.0 SDKs, focusing on the Java and NodeJS SDKs. Go watch the video. Full Stack JSON with NodeJS and CouchbasePhil spoke at...

Couchbase at Sky TV

At October's Couchbase London meet-up Julien Gagnet, a developer from BSkyB, spoke about how they've been using Couchbase for their SkyiD user profile service. Sky is Europe's largest pay TV provider, with more than 11 million customers in the UK...