Recently, I spoke at NoSQL Matters in Barcelona about database history. As somebody with a history background, I was pretty excited to dig into the past,...
0 replies - 1543 views - 12/13/13 by Doug Turnbull in Articles
So this actually happened, Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook has
attended the annual NIPS conference in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. I...
0 replies - 2966 views - 12/12/13 by Mikio Braun in Articles
As part of a system refactoring process, we replaced a legacy search
system with Elasticsearch. Being a core component of our system it
literally took us...
0 replies - 3199 views - 12/11/13 by Itamar Syn-hershko in Articles
This article by David Mytton at Server Density, over a year old but reinvigorated by the recent "never use MongoDB" incident and its aftermath, takes an...
0 replies - 6657 views - 12/09/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
Eventually consistent data seems to be the
buzzword nowadays, especially in any NoSQL discussion. For those not
versed in tech talk, having eventually...
0 replies - 7362 views - 12/07/13 by Lieven Doclo in Articles
This post was originally written by Jesse Paquette.
Everyone thought that The Netherlands Cancer Institute’s 12-year-old
dataset on breast cancer was old...
0 replies - 10903 views - 11/29/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
Seth Godin wrote recently
that cell phones repel UFO’s. He meant that people carrying digital
cameras in their pockets every day take copious pictures of...
0 replies - 3900 views - 11/28/13 by Christopher Taylor in Articles
understanding is a task we are always doing, though we are not even aware that we're
doing it. It's an obvious need when a colleague is leaving and...
2 replies - 10991 views - 11/26/13 by Istvan Forgacs in Articles
Every now and then I get to read someone’s bad thought towards a
given open-source framework. When I started programming Struts web
framework was at its...
8 replies - 7534 views - 11/25/13 by Vlad Mihalcea in Articles
You may have heard about the first part of this report from Lukas Eder last week - The 10 Most Popular DB Engines (SQL and NoSQL) - but this week,...
0 replies - 8373 views - 11/22/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
I’m not talking to myself any longer on why I believe NoSQL databases
should always have ACID Transactions. Now FoundationDB have put on
0 replies - 3989 views - 11/22/13 by Adam Fowler in Articles
This blog post from Markus Winand gives some context for one of his Tweets:
MongoDB seems to be as bad for NoSQL as MySQL is for SQL.
0 replies - 2763 views - 11/21/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
We’re heading towards very exciting times in the field of databases!
At Topconf in beautiful Tallin, Estonia, Nikita Ivanov (founder and CEO of GridGain...
0 replies - 3182 views - 11/20/13 by Lukas Eder in Articles
This recent article from Jon Evans at TechCrunch makes a detailed comparison of Android and iOS development that asks a fundamental question for mobile...
0 replies - 10494 views - 11/19/13 by Alec Noller in Articles
On my last post, Jaime asked:
How the whole “Hacker News MongoDB random bashing” situation was dealt
with from inside? There is a lot of MongoDB-hate...
0 replies - 6395 views - 11/16/13 by Kristina Chodorow in Articles