All posts by Raghavan Srinivas, Developer Advocate, Couchbase

Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas was a Developer Advocate at Couchbase getting his hands dirty with emerging technology directions and trends. His general focus area is in distributed systems, with a specialization in cloud computing. He worked on Hadoop and HBase during its early stages. He has spoken on a variety of technical topics at conferences around the world, conducted and organized Hands-on Labs and taught graduate classes in the evening. Rags brings with him about 20 years of hands-on software development and about 10 years of architecture and technology evangelism experience. He worked for Digital Equipment Corporation, Sun Microsystems, Intuit and Accenture. He has worked on several technology areas, including internals of VMS, Unix and NT to Hadoop and HBase. He has evangelized and influenced the architecture of a number of technology areas including the early releases of JavaFX, Java, Java EE, Java and XML, Java ME, AJAX and Web 2.0, Java Security and so on. Rags holds a Masters degree in Computer Science from the Center of Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

More Couchbase and Java with Views, Hadoop and Mobility

I spoke at the London JUG and was probably over ambitious in trying to include our recent work on Views, Hadoop Connector and the Android Grocery Sync application in a single presentation besides demoing the “simple, fast and elastic” theme that Couchbase...

Java User Group talks

I wanted to give a shout out for the Cleveland Java Users Group for hosting me and organizing a meetup despite very little notice. The healthy interaction in the group seems reflective of the sentiment of the larger Java community in...

Hello World with Couchbase and Ruby

For those of you who might have seen my other blog, my goal is to convey the fact that using Couchbase with any of the language client libraries is very straightforward. The client libraries handle the complexity of the connection...

Hello World with Couchbase and Java

My favorite technical book of all time has been the C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie affectionately referred to as K&R. They popularized a term that will ever be in a developer parlance – Hello World.  #include main() {...

NoSQL for the enterprise

Following my talk at Jazoon (which I covered in my earlier blog), I had a whirlwind trip to five Java User Groups (JUGs) in Europe and the Pacific Northwest. I would like to thank Gerd Cestan and the Stuttgart JUG,...

NoSQL at Jazoon

Jazoon is my favorite conference since it happens in Zurich when the days are long and the temperatures are more to my liking. Europe has many conferences organized by local Java User Groups (JUGs) and they all seem to have...

Strata Conference

I attended the Strata Conference last week and although I did not catch the talks, the buzz was definitely in the air on the show floor.    “Machine Learning,” “I am  a Data Scientist” and “we are showing off a...