We love to hear how people are using Couchbase, whether it be as part of their business, for a hobby project, or even as a school project. There are so many development stacks or use cases when it comes to Couchbase since it works great in just about every mobile, web, or IoT application. The problem is, a lot of time we won't know how Couchbase is being used unless people tell us.

Have you, or are you building an application that uses Couchbase Server or Couchbase Mobile? Are you using Java, .NET, or something else? What kind of planning took place to take advantage of Couchbase's flexible JSON schema or query technologies? We want you to share your story.

To make things fun, we'd like to give everyone who writes a blog article regarding how they're using Couchbase an awesome care package. This care package will include the following items:

  • 1x Couchbase Developer T-Shirt
  • 1x Bottle Opener
  • 1x Couchbase Community Sticker
  • 1x Container of Mints
  • 1x Stress Ball

A few of our favorite submissions will receive a high quality, limited edition Couchbase backpack.

The Rules

There are a few requirements that must be met in order to qualify for swag:

  1. The article must be at least 500 words.
  2. The article must be published to your own blog. For those without personal blogs, Medium is a great place to start.
  3. The article must have been published on or after August 1st, 2016.
  4. The published article must be submitted to advocates@couchbase.com.

I bet you thought there were more rules, right?

Bonus

We're very social over here at Couchbase. If you write an article and Tweet it on Twitter with #Couchbase, we'll Retweet it from @CouchbaseDev and include it in our community newsletter. That is some major exposure for your business or brand.

* Items subject to change

Posted by Nic Raboy, Developer Advocate, Couchbase

Nic Raboy is an advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. He has experience in Java, JavaScript, Golang and a variety of frameworks such as Angular, NativeScript, and Apache Cordova. Nic writes about his development experiences related to making web and mobile development easier to understand.

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