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Alex Soto03/20/13
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Testing Spring Data Neo4j Applications with NoSQLUnit

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.

Mark Needham03/20/13
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Neo4j/Cypher: SQL Style GROUP BY WITH LIMIT Query

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 . . .

Giorgio Sironi03/19/13
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MongoDB 2.4 is Out!

Today MongoDB has seen a new big release, 2.4. Between the features that have been added we can see hash-based sharding, capped arrays, and a brand new Text Search feature.

Todd O. Dampier03/19/13
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MongoDB: Replication Lag and the Facts of Life

So you’re checking in on your latest awesome application one day — it’s really getting traction! You’re proud of its uptime record, thanks in part to the MongoDB replica set underneath it.

Max De Marzi03/19/13
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Permission Resolution with Neo4j - Part 1

People produce a lot of content. Messages, text files, spreadsheets, presentations, reports, financials, etc, the list goes on. Usually organizations want to have a repository of all this content centralized somewhere . . .

Mark Needham03/19/13
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Clojure/Java Interop - Importing Neo4j Spatial Data

I wrote a post about a week ago where I described how I’d added football stadiums to my football graph using neo4j spatial and after I’d done that I wanted to put it . . .

Max De Marzi03/18/13
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Peeking Behind the Neo4j Lucene Index

Did you know you can write Javascript in the Neo4j console to access the Neo4j API? Try it. Open up your Neo4j Web Admin Console and type . . .

Eric Genesky03/18/13
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Video: An Overview of NoSQL

The following video is a good introduction to various NoSQL database types and vendor solutions. Database types covered include key-value store, column, graph, and document store.

Ayende Rahien03/18/13
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Storing Multiple Entity Types in a Single Database

By default, we expect to have a rather smaller number of entities types in a database. Unlike relational databases, where you typically see hundreds or thousands of tables . . .

Eric Genesky03/15/13
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NoSQL Week in Review #18

This week we have a couple illuminating articles from two database experts from two leading NoSQL enterprises. Kristina Chodorow of 10gen and Mark Needham of Neo4j. Also, if you haven't checked it out, you can download DZone's Couchbase Refcard herein.

Eric Genesky03/15/13
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Using InfiniteGraph with Gremlin

Here's a 5-minute presentation from Objectivity that shows you how to use the Gremlin query language with Objectivity's InfiniteGraph.

Eric Genesky03/15/13
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Free Download of the Definitive Graph Databases Book

Neo Technology and O'Reilly Media have teamed up to bring you the definitive book on graph databases, which they've creatively titled Graph Databases.

Arthur Charpentier03/15/13
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Graphing Pope Data

The job of Bishop of Rome – i.e. the Pope – is considered to be a life-long commitment. I mean, it usually was.

Don Pinto03/14/13
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Couchbase Server 2.0.1 EE Now Available

We’re happy to announce the release of Couchbase Server 2.0.1 Enterprise Edition. As many of you may know, version 2.0 was a very big release with lots of . . .

Ayende Rahien03/14/13
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Reviewing RavenBurgerCo: What Could be Improved?

There are two things that I would change in the RavenBurgerCo sample app. The first would be session management, I dislike code like this:

Satish Ab03/14/13
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Sample Q & A application using Spring Framework & Mongo DB

This post focuses on bootstrapping the Spring application and also provides details about maven dependencies for the Spring Framework, MongoDB Driver, Spring Data, and other dependencies.

Eric Genesky03/14/13
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Why I Chose RavenDB for My Startup

In my post the other day about my choices of technological underpinnings for my startup, TruthVine, there was one choice I omitted to mention. I didn’t say which database I had decided upon.

Ayende Rahien03/13/13
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RavenDB Spatial Support with Simon Bartlett

Simon Bartlett shows off what RavenDB can do with Spatial data & Spatial queries.

Eric Genesky03/13/13
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Install MongoDB on Windows 7

Get your own MongoDB development environment running on your Windows 7 box. Download MongoDB, create the folder locations, create a startup .bat file, run MongoDB . . .

Adrian Hills03/13/13
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MongoDB ASP.NET Session Store Provider v1.1.0

Since I created the MongoDB ASP.NET Session State Store Provider (v1.0.0), a few things have moved on in the MongoDB C# Driver.

Jagadeesh Motamarri03/13/13
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Database Concepts for a java Dev: Database Normalization

I will be briefing about different types of Database Normalizations using a sample data model.

A. Jesse Jiryu Davis03/12/13
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Plop: Python Profiler with Call Graphs

Tornado's maintainer Ben Darnell released a Python Low-Overhead Profiler or "Plop" last year, and I'm just now playing with it.

Ayende Rahien03/12/13
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RavenDB's Querying Streaming: Unbounded Results

By default, RavenDB make it pretty hard to shoot yourself in the foot with unbounded result sets. Pretty much every single feature has rate limits on it, and that is a good thing.

Tim Spann03/12/13
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12 Links for Java Mongo Devs

Here are some notes in the form of a link list of resources from the 10gen M101J class for Java developers.

Eric Genesky03/12/13
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Three NoSQL Methods: RavenDB, Neo4j, MongoDB

This session features Oren Eini, Alistair Jones, and Chris Harris, each of whom were given 10 minutes to present a different NoSQL solution.