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The State of NoSQL

Posted by Stefan Edlich on  Nov 21, 2012

Stefan Edlich reviews NoSQL, considering its evolution, financial impact, standards or their lack of, current landscape, books, the leaders and some newcomers, concluding that NoSQL is here to stay. 3

Transitioning from RDBMS to NoSQL. Interview with Couchbase’s Dipti Borkar

Posted by Abel Avram on  Sep 08, 2012

This article contains an interview with Dipti Borkar, Director of Product Management at Couchbase, on the challenges, benefits and the process of migrating from RDBMS to NoSQL. 6

Testing SQL Server Code with TST

Posted by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jun 18, 2012

We explore the TST framework and a few ideas for writing and maintaining good tests for database code. 2

CAP Twelve Years Later: How the "Rules" Have Changed

Posted by Eric Brewer on  May 30, 2012

In this article, author Eric Brewer discusses how designers can optimize consistency and availability by explicitly handling partitions to get the best of CAP theorem properties. 9

Using Entity Framework to Successfully Target Multiple Databases

Posted by Yevhen Shchyholyev on  Jul 25, 2011

Yevhen Shchyholyev discusses some of the problems that the user may face in the process of developing an application with Entity Framework that interacts with Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite.

Making Microsoft Sync Framework work with PostgreSql

Posted by Roopesh Shenoy on  Mar 18, 2011

Roopesh Shenoy demonstrates building a PostgreSql provider for the Microsoft Sync Framework. 7

Scout - Extensible Server and Application Monitoring

Posted by Robert Bazinet on  Feb 16, 2010

Scout is an extensible server and application monitoring service which focuses upon ease of installation and configuration.

SQL Server Reporting Services and Working with Overlay Data

Posted by Grzegorz Gogolowicz and Trent Swanson on  Jun 11, 2009

Grzegorz Gogolowicz and Trent Swanson discuss how to work SQL Server Reporting Services and overlay data on report forms. 1

Using Ruby Fibers for Async I/O: NeverBlock and Revactor

Posted by Werner Schuster on  Aug 28, 2008

Ruby 1.9's Fibers and non-blocking I/O are getting more attention - we talked to Mohammad A. Ali of the NeverBlock project and Tony Arcieri of the Revactor project. 1

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