Developer Advocate, Matthew Groves, meets with top developers and database leaders to share everything you need to know when it comes to NoSQL databases.
Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, IoT, and game development and how companies are including NoSQL databases into their technology stack. Hear tips and tricks when it comes to using NoSQL databases as well as success stories from people all around the world.
This podcast is sponsored by the open source NoSQL database company, Couchbase.
NDP027: Jason Gilmore on DreamFactory and NoSQL Use Cases
Jason Gilmore joins as the special guest to talk about using DreamFactory to generate and manage APIs over (among other things) databases.
Some topics covered:
00:48 - Introduction to Jason 02:51 - Introduction to DreamFactory 12:52 - NoSQL with DreamFactory 16:10 - Use Case Discussion 22:42 - Addition non-database integrations/transformations 30:27 - Business logic in DreamFactory 35:04 - Customer 360 Use Case 43:03 - "Lightning Round" of technical topics: performance, indexing, logging/monitoring, profiling
NDP026: Chris Anderson on RAFT and ACID in FaunaDb
Chris Anderson joins for a discussion about topics like RAFT and ACID in FaunaDb.
Some notes from the show supplied by Chris:
FaunaDb Secret Lives of Data: Raft Chris Anderson on Twitter
NDP025: Nathan Voxland on Liquibase
Nathan Voxland joins for a discussion of Liquibase (which is like version control for your database). Denis Rosa also joins as a guest host.
Some notes from the show supplied by Nathan and Denis:
Liquibase.org Liquibase forums Datical Couchbase / Liquibase pull request Couchbase blog posts by Denis @deniswsrosa on Twitter Email: nathan *at* liquibase.org @liquibase on Twitter @nvoxland on Twitter
NDP024: Brant Burnett on Linq
Brant Burnett joins for a discussion of Linq and Linq providers for databases. Jeff Morris also joins as a guest host.
Some notes from the show supplied by Brant and Jeff:
Linq2Couchbase on GitHub Couchbase online training Couchbase forums Couchbase .NET SDK on GitHub Couchbase .NET Extensions on GitHub Gitter chatroom for Couchbase Brant Burnett on Twitter Jeff Morris on Twitter If you're a Couchbase user or interested in joining the Couchbase community, be sure to sign up for the Couchbase Community Directory.
NDP023: Max Neunhoeffer on ArangoDb
In this episode, Matt Groves takes over hosting duties. Max Neunhoeffer joins for a discussion of ArangoDb. Nic Raboy is also a special transitional guest host.
Max Neunhöffer is a mathematician turned database developer. In his academic career he has worked for 16 years on the development and implementation of new algorithms in computer algebra. During this time he has juggled a lot with mathematical big data like group orbits containing trillions of points. Recently he has returned from St. Andrews to Germany, has shifted his focus to NoSQL databases, and now helps to develop ArangoDB.
Some notes from the show supplied by Max:
Company home page The source code and issue tracker Google group Community slack Main documentation page My Twitter ArangoDB's Twitter Article I wrote about the aircraft fleet use case My slideshare page
NDP022: Couchbase, the Engagement NoSQL Database
In this episode I'm joined with Justin Michaels from Couchbase where we talk about Couchbase Server, an Engagement NoSQL Database.
On a previous episode, I had Wayne Carter on the show talking about Couchbase Mobile. This time around Justin and I explore the server oriented open source product.
Learnt about Cassandra
Pretty useful podcast. Just learnt about Cassandra and how it's used.
Really Good Content
I am a data architect that has worked in Data Integration, ETL within ODS and DWH environments. Both on premise and cloud implementations, including big data. I also have worked on mobile development using iOS and mongoDB backends.
These podcasts are really good, especially since the host ask really straight forward clear questions that most engineers or developers would also ask in order to understand a new technology or brush up on technology they used before but may have forgotten.
I hope they add more episodes in 2019. Please do. Likely one of the best podcasts I have found on apple podcasts.
Your podcasts are very informative and educational. Thanks very much