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Document oriented data stores
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A document oriented database or data store does not use tables for storing data. It stores each record as a document with certain characteristics. So a multiple documents in this type of store can have different characteristics - which means different number of fields per record and different fields per row. The benefit would be that if you are using a document oriented database for storing a
Sessions of interest at the Percona Performance Conference
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Having written about what I think is cool about the upcoming MySQL Conference and the MySQL Camp, now I want to finish up with what I’d like to see at the Percona Performance Conference. Just to recap, this is a conference we created to serve those who want to learn about performance — not “learn about MySQL,” not “learn about database performance,” just learn about performance, period.

I want to see everything. I think this is going to be the single best conference I’ve ever been to. Even the way the conference is organized is exciting. For example, it’s running from early morning till late at night, nonstop. The sessions are also (mostly) only 25 minutes. This means if you decide a session isn’t all that interesting, you

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CouchDB US Spring Tour
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I’ll be travelling all over the US to talk about CouchDB and meet the community for hacking & fun. If you’d like to meet & greet & talk about anything CouchDB, get in touch.

The “tour dates” are:

April 19th – 22nd: CouchHack, Asheville, NC

CouchHack.org is a four-day hacker event featuring 4/7th of the CouchDB developer group including original author Damien Katz. But you can also meet Paul Davis and J Chris Anderson.

We’ll be hacking on cutting-edge CouchDB features and help everybody there to get up to speed with CouchDB usage and internal development.

It’s a free event, just go to the

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CouchDB US Spring Tour
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I’ll be travelling all over the US to talk about CouchDB and meet the community for hacking & fun. If you’d like to meet & greet & talk about anything CouchDB, get in touch.

The “tour dates” are:

April 19th – 22nd: CouchHack, Asheville, NC

CouchHack.org is a four-day hacker event featuring 4/7th of the CouchDB developer group including original author Damien Katz. But you can also meet Paul Davis and J Chris Anderson.

We’ll be hacking on cutting-edge CouchDB features and help everybody there to get up to speed with CouchDB usage and internal development.

It’s a free event, just go to the

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CouchDB US Spring Tour
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I’ll be travelling all over the US to talk about CouchDB and meet the community for hacking & fun. If you’d like to meet & greet & talk about anything CouchDB, get in touch.

The “tour dates” are:

April 19th – 22nd: CouchHack, Asheville, NC

CouchHack.org is a four-day hacker event featuring 4/7th of the CouchDB developer group including original author Damien Katz. But you can also meet Paul Davis and J Chris Anderson.

We’ll be hacking on cutting-edge CouchDB features and help everybody there to get up to speed with CouchDB usage and internal development.

It’s a free event, just go to the

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Speaking at the Dutch PHP Conference in June
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I’ll be giving my new “Advanced CouchDB” talk at the Dutch PHP Conference (DPC) in June. I’m looking forward to go to Amsterdam again after ApacheCon EU a few weeks back.

The talk will be about different data modelling patterns, making the most of views, building distributed applications with replication and share some hints on high-performance.

DPC’s line up looks pretty sweet. I like that it focusses on advanced topics. This is something I see missing from other conferences and I hope to see some interesting talks and I hope that mine is worthwhile and interesting enough for you :)

PS: The Early Bird registration ends April 30th

#dpcthursday

Speaking at the Dutch PHP Conference in June
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I’ll be giving my new “Advanced CouchDB” talk at the Dutch PHP Conference (DPC) in June. I’m looking forward to go to Amsterdam again after ApacheCon EU a few weeks back.

The talk will be about different data modelling patterns, making the most of views, building distributed applications with replication and share some hints on high-performance.

DPC’s line up looks pretty sweet. I like that it focusses on advanced topics. This is something I see missing from other conferences and I hope to see some interesting talks and I hope that mine is worthwhile and interesting enough for you :)

PS: The Early Bird registration ends April 30th

#dpcthursday

Speaking at the Dutch PHP Conference in June
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I’ll be giving my new “Advanced CouchDB” talk at the Dutch PHP Conference (DPC) in June. I’m looking forward to go to Amsterdam again after ApacheCon EU a few weeks back.

The talk will be about different data modelling patterns, making the most of views, building distributed applications with replication and share some hints on high-performance.

DPC’s line up looks pretty sweet. I like that it focusses on advanced topics. This is something I see missing from other conferences and I hope to see some interesting talks and I hope that mine is worthwhile and interesting enough for you :)

PS: The Early Bird registration ends April 30th

#dpcthursday

CouchDB Meetup in London and Amsterdam
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If you like to meet the CouchDB crowd, here are two good opportunities.

London

J Chris Anderson (@jchris) and I (@janl) are hosting a CouchDB meetup in central London this Saturday (March 21th). The plan so far is to hit an English Pub and share a few pints with friends.

We put up a wiki page where you can register (it’s free of course), so we know how much seats to look for. If you know a good place to got to, add your suggestion to the page, thanks!

Amsterdam

The following week, Chris & I will be in Amsterdam for ApacheCon EU. We’re looking at Wednesday 25th to meet up with any of you guys. If you are in town, let us know!


See you in London and Amsterdam!

CouchDB Meetup in London and Amsterdam
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If you like to meet the CouchDB crowd, here are two good opportunities.

London

J Chris Anderson (@jchris) and I (@janl) are hosting a CouchDB meetup in central London this Saturday (March 21th). The plan so far is to hit an English Pub and share a few pints with friends.

We put up a wiki page where you can register (it’s free of course), so we know how much seats to look for. If you know a good place to got to, add your suggestion to the page, thanks!

Amsterdam

The following week, Chris & I will be in Amsterdam for ApacheCon EU. We’re looking at Wednesday 25th to meet up with any of you guys. If you are in town, let us know!


See you in London and Amsterdam!

CouchDB Meetup in London and Amsterdam
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If you like to meet the CouchDB crowd, here are two good opportunities.

London

J Chris Anderson (@jchris) and I (@janl) are hosting a CouchDB meetup in central London this Saturday (March 21th). The plan so far is to hit an English Pub and share a few pints with friends.

We put up a wiki page where you can register (it’s free of course), so we know how much seats to look for. If you know a good place to got to, add your suggestion to the page, thanks!

Amsterdam

The following week, Chris & I will be in Amsterdam for ApacheCon EU. We’re looking at Wednesday 25th to meet up with any of you guys. If you are in town, let us know!


See you in London and Amsterdam!

OSCON 2008
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What a week!

First off, here are the slides from my talk “CouchDB at 10,000ft”. Thanks to everyone who showed up and a double thanks for the eight of you who rated my session so far. More special props to the ones with constructive criticism. I’ll do better next time. If you haven’t already, place your vote.

Ted has some nice pictures of my talk and the discussion afterwards. The feedback I got was great and people do really want to use CouchDB. This is great encouragement for putting in some after-work hours to push things towards 1.0.

But OSCON.

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OSCON 2008
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What a week!

First off, here are the slides from my talk “CouchDB at 10,000ft”. Thanks to everyone who showed up and a double thanks for the eight of you who rated my session so far. More special props to the ones with constructive criticism. I’ll do better next time. If you haven’t already, place your vote.

Ted has some nice pictures of my talk and the discussion afterwards. The feedback I got was great and people do really want to use CouchDB. This is great encouragement for putting in some after-work hours to push things towards 1.0.

But OSCON.

This

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OSCON 2008
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What a week!

First off, here are the slides from my talk “CouchDB at 10,000ft”. Thanks to everyone who showed up and a double thanks for the eight of you who rated my session so far. More special props to the ones with constructive criticism. I’ll do better next time. If you haven’t already, place your vote.

Ted has some nice pictures of my talk and the discussion afterwards. The feedback I got was great and people do really want to use CouchDB. This is great encouragement for putting in some after-work hours to push things towards 1.0.

But OSCON.

This was

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Know Your Tool
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The RarestNews developer considers InnoDB and CouchDB for a re-architection of his high volume news site. He did his homework researching, but I couldn’t help but comment on a few things he wrote. The comment turned into a blog post and since this is my blog it should be posted here as well.

I am specifically referring to the paragraphs about InnoDB and CouchDB:

MySQL problems

So, to be technical here I’ve used MyISAM tables (never really liked InnoDB because of it’s slow writes and at 100k new articles a day with lots of meta-data to write about them, like tags, dates, snippets, word frequencies, etc) - it seemed like a good decision.

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Know Your Tool
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The RarestNews developer considers InnoDB and CouchDB for a re-architection of his high volume news site. He did his homework researching, but I couldn’t help but comment on a few things he wrote. The comment turned into a blog post and since this is my blog it should be posted here as well.

I am specifically referring to the paragraphs about InnoDB and CouchDB:

MySQL problems

So, to be technical here I’ve used MyISAM tables (never really liked InnoDB because of it’s slow writes and at 100k new articles a day with lots of meta-data to write about them, like tags, dates, snippets, word frequencies, etc) - it seemed like a good decision.

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Know Your Tool
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The RarestNews developer considers InnoDB and CouchDB for a re-architection of his high volume news site. He did his homework researching, but I couldn’t help but comment on a few things he wrote. The comment turned into a blog post and since this is my blog it should be posted here as well.

I am specifically referring to the paragraphs about InnoDB and CouchDB:

MySQL problems

So, to be technical here I’ve used MyISAM tables (never really liked InnoDB because of it’s slow writes and at 100k new articles a day with lots of meta-data to write about them, like tags, dates, snippets, word frequencies, etc) - it seemed like a good decision. The

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Erlang User Group Berlin
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Berlin has a long history of blooming user groups and the Erlang User Group Berlin will be no exception!

That’s right, Germany’s capital and one of the nicest places to be in Europe (among all the other nice places, hooray for plurality) finally has place for Erlang enthusiasts. That is in fact a pleonasm, I haven’t found a single soul yet who is not enthusiastic about working with Erlang, but what do I know?

Anyway.

Join the discussion group and help to pick a date for meetings.

If you are an Erlang developer on visit in Berlin, let us know, so we can have an out-of-order meeting with you.

Sorry if that shows up at a seemingly non-related planet feed, this is a spam measure and won’t happen again. Thanks for your patience.

Erlang User Group Berlin
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Berlin has a long history of blooming user groups and the Erlang User Group Berlin will be no exception!

That’s right, Germany’s capital and one of the nicest places to be in Europe (among all the other nice places, hooray for plurality) finally has place for Erlang enthusiasts. That is in fact a pleonasm, I haven’t found a single soul yet who is not enthusiastic about working with Erlang, but what do I know?

Anyway.

Join the discussion group and help to pick a date for meetings.

If you are an Erlang developer on visit in Berlin, let us know, so we can have an out-of-order meeting with you.

Sorry if that shows up at a seemingly non-related planet feed, this is a spam measure and won’t happen again. Thanks for your patience.

At OSCON
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Boy am I thrilled.

OSCON, back in the old days, was the Mekka for open source developers. Glorious but out of reach and too far away. I don’t know if that image holds true still, but judging the enthusiastic reports by previous attendees, it does. And this year I will be able to attend.

I will not only be able to attend, I will even give a presentation. You can guess the topic of course and I don’t want to stretch this post into advertising CouchDB yet again. (I’ll leave that to other posts :-)

This is a heads-up for all the friends and colleagues I’ve known and worked

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At OSCON
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Boy am I thrilled.

OSCON, back in the old days, was the Mekka for open source developers. Glorious but out of reach and too far away. I don’t know if that image holds true still, but judging the enthusiastic reports by previous attendees, it does. And this year I will be able to attend.

I will not only be able to attend, I will even give a presentation. You can guess the topic of course and I don’t want to stretch this post into advertising CouchDB yet again. (I’ll leave that to other posts :-)

This is a heads-up for all the friends and colleagues I’ve known and worked

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Erlang User Group Berlin
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Berlin has a long history of blooming user groups and the Erlang User Group Berlin will be no exception!

That’s right, Germany’s capital and one of the nicest places to be in Europe (among all the other nice places, hooray for plurality) finally has place for Erlang enthusiasts. That is in fact a pleonasm, I haven’t found a single soul yet who is not enthusiastic about working with Erlang, but what do I know?

Anyway.

Join the discussion group and help to pick a date for meetings.

If you are an Erlang developer on visit in Berlin, let us know, so we can have an out-of-order meeting with you.

Sorry if that shows up at a seemingly non-related planet feed, this is a spam measure and won’t happen again. Thanks for your patience.

At OSCON
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Boy am I thrilled.

OSCON, back in the old days, was the Mekka for open source developers. Glorious but out of reach and too far away. I don’t know if that image holds true still, but judging the enthusiastic reports by previous attendees, it does. And this year I will be able to attend.

I will not only be able to attend, I will even give a presentation. You can guess the topic of course and I don’t want to stretch this post into advertising CouchDB yet again. (I’ll leave that to other posts :-)

This is a heads-up for all the friends and colleagues I’ve known and worked with

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Log Buffer #91: a Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs
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Welcome to the 91st edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.

For a change, let’s begin with some PostgreSQL stuff. On Tending the Garden, Selena Deckelmann gives her retrospective thanks to those who attended and presented the PostgreSQL Conference East.

On Esoteric Curio, Theo Schlossnagle gives his thoughts on the keynote address by Joshua Drake, touching on the perennial versus, Postgres vs. MySQL.

Hey, there was a MySQL

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CouchDB Presentation Video
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My CouchDB presentation at Mailtrust earlier this month got recorded. The video is now online at Yahoo Video. Enjoy!

Update 29.03.2008: Here are the slides. What I said in Some Context still applies.

And while we are at it, these are the slides from my Mountain West Ruby Conference Presentation. Again, Enjoy! :)

CouchDB Presentation Video
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My CouchDB presentation at Mailtrust earlier this month got recorded. The video is now online at Yahoo Video. Enjoy!

Update 29.03.2008: Here are the slides. What I said in Some Context still applies.

And while we are at it, these are the slides from my Mountain West Ruby Conference Presentation. Again, Enjoy! :)

CouchDB Presentation Video
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My CouchDB presentation at Mailtrust earlier this month got recorded. The video is now online at Yahoo Video. Enjoy!

Update 29.03.2008: Here are the slides. What I said in Some Context still applies.

And while we are at it, these are the slides from my Mountain West Ruby Conference Presentation. Again, Enjoy! :)

Hands-on CouchDB Workshop at XTech
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Dear Readers,

I have a favour to ask. Please register for the first hands-on workshop about programming CouchDB.

Here is the story:

With my slight NADD infection I have, of course, set up a Google Alert on CouchDB. A few weeks ago, an alert came in that surprised me. Fortunately in a good way. The call for papers of the 2008 edition of XTech, a (duh) tech conference in Dublin, Ireland, asked specifically for CouchDB related submission.

How cool is that?

I sent in a whole bunch of proposals, just to make sure one gets through and it actually

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Hands-on CouchDB Workshop at XTech
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Dear Readers,

I have a favour to ask. Please register for the first hands-on workshop about programming CouchDB.

Here is the story:

With my slight NADD infection I have, of course, set up a Google Alert on CouchDB. A few weeks ago, an alert came in that surprised me. Fortunately in a good way. The call for papers of the 2008 edition of XTech, a (duh) tech conference in Dublin, Ireland, asked specifically for CouchDB related submission.

How cool is that?

I sent in a whole bunch of proposals, just to make sure one gets through and it actually

  [Read more...]
Hands-on CouchDB Workshop at XTech
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Dear Readers,

I have a favour to ask. Please register for the first hands-on workshop about programming CouchDB.

Here is the story:

With my slight NADD infection I have, of course, set up a Google Alert on CouchDB. A few weeks ago, an alert came in that surprised me. Fortunately in a good way. The call for papers of the 2008 edition of XTech, a (duh) tech conference in Dublin, Ireland, asked specifically for CouchDB related submission.

How cool is that?

I sent in a whole bunch of proposals, just to make sure one gets through and it actually did. I

  [Read more...]
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