I got an e-mail last week from three students at Halmstad University doing a three month project on what programmers want in a job, and how companies can attract talented programmers.
The ability to automatically deploy a site on Azure Web Site from TFService is really interesting, but sadly enough there is no out-of-the-box solution to . . .
This is a bit of a side track. One of the things that is quite clear to me when I am reading the leveldb code is that I was never really any good at C++.
Let’s add a couple of performance tests to the mix. We learned about Gatling in a previous blog post, we’re going to use it here again.
We’re excited to partner with Overdriver, a unique Platform-as-a-Service for gaming that is showcasing their beta service for the first time at this year’s Game Developers Conference (GDC)!
Mike Wilson's O'Reilly book from December 2012 introduces some hip
web development techniques by building a book-long example of a social
networking app. Besides introducing MongoDB, Backbone, and Node, he
shows the beauty and remarkable concision of...
We have just released the next stable build 2330 of RavenDB 2.0. You can find it here. This release contains a lot of bug fixes, improvements, streamlining and some interesting new stuff.
The latest thing that I added to my football graph was the matches that are shown on TV as I have the belief that players who score on televised games get more attention . . .
Let’s try tackling something a little bigger. In Part 1 we created a small graph to test our permission resolution graph algorithm and it worked like a charm on our dozen or so nodes and edges.
This is an overview of the Riak-backed notifications service built by Yammer, presented by Coda Hale and Ryan Kennedy.
One of the key external components of leveldb is the idea of WriteBatch. It allows you to batch multiple operations into a single atomic write.
Jason and I were setting up an internal static website using an S3 bucket a couple of days ago and wanted to point a more friendly domain name at it.
Applications get data from Couchbase Server in different ways - they can use basic key-value operations, secondary indexes (views) or full-text search.
I've started using Ubuntu recently and still getting used to the new shortcuts and others. Since the installation was also done by me, I encountered few issues.
Get a look at how Spotify uses Python, and learn about Google's new Evernote-esque note-taking app called Keeper. Also, Michael Bay directs a developer recruiting video.
I think that the very first thing that we want to do is to actually discover how exactly is leveldb saving the information to disk. In order to do that, we are going to trace the calls . . .
As I mentioned in my last post I’m trying to get the hang of the WITH statement in neo4j’s cypher query language and I found another application when trying to work out which opponents teams played . . .
That is the project’s own definition. Basically, it is a way for users to store data in an efficient manner. It isn’t a SQL database.
I wrote a post a few weeks ago showing an example of a cypher query which made use of the WITH statement but I still don’t completely understand how it works so I thought I’d write some more queries.
If you’ve ever listened to a NoSQL talk, you’ve probably come across the CAP theorem. The argument usually goes like this . . .
A new year, a new look - after gathering a lot of feedback for the launch of neo4j.org after GraphConnect last year we decided to invest more time and effort to make the site . . .
Yonik Seeley, creator of Solr and co-founder of Lucidworks, gave this 45-minute presentation on Solr 4 back in February.
Did you ever wanted to integrate MongoDB monitoring with a third party service? Did you wanted to integrate MongoDB performance counters with your load stress environment?
Spring Data Neo4j is the project within Spring Data project which provides an extension to the Spring programming model for writing applications that uses Neo4j as graph database.
A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post where I described how we could construct a SQL GROUP BY style query in cypher and last week I wanted to write a similar query . . .