May 2013

May 30, 2013

What's up with the Python Couchbase SDK

Recently, there have been a few new versions of the Couchbase Python client available. It features a new API that is easier to use. As the SDK is now based on libcouchbase, it is also much faster. It's also compatible with Python 3 now too!

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May 29, 2013

Six months as Technical Evangelist at Couchbase

[This blog was syndicated from http://blog.grallandco.com]

Already 6 months! Already 6 months that I have joined Couchbase as Technical Evangelist. This is a good opportunity to take some time to look back.

 

So first of all what is a Developer/Technical Evangelist?

 

Hmm it depends of each company/product, but let me tell you what it is for me, inside Couchbase. This is one of the most exciting job I ever had. And I think it is the best job you can have when you are passionate about technology, and you like to share this passion with others. So my role as Technical Evangelist is to help the developers to adopt NoSQL technologies in general, and as you can guess Couchbase in particular.

Let's now see in more details what I have done during these past six months and why I am so happy about it. I have organized the different activities in three types:

  • Outbound activities : meet the developers
  • Online activities : reach even more developers
  • Inbound Activities : make the product better !

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May 27, 2013

A Couchbase Cluster in Minutes with Vagrant and Puppet

[This blog was syndicated from http://nitschinger.at/]

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May 23, 2013

Couchbase @ Ziniki : The odyssey to find “Find”

Ziniki Infrastructure Systems built their integration tier on top of Couchbase, because the combination of document storage with incremental mapreduce gave them a powerful way to query data. In this blog, Gareth Powell, founder and architect at Ziniki, describes his experience of using mapreduce views in Couchbase. 

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May 16, 2013

Error handling in the Java client library

 

In my previous blog article, we looked at the errors thrown by libCouchbase clients such as ruby, python, C and C++. This blog will focus on the Java client library for Couchbase.

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May 16, 2013

Logging with the Couchbase Java Client

[This blog was syndicated from http://nitschinger.at/]

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