Jul 102017
 

Recently I had a pleasure to provide a short interview to Syncfusion about the newly published “MongoDB 3 Succinctly” book. Original (entire) blog post can be found here and the free e-book can be downloaded directly from the Syncfusion web-site. What should people know about MongoDB? Why is it important? MongoDB is an open-source document database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. This short [… read more]

MongoDB 3 Succinctly

 Posted by on June 9, 2017
Jun 092017
 

MongoDB 3 Succinctly e-book is available for a free download. If you are interested in using the MongoDB database for building your applications (especially with .NET), then this e-book is a great start. Check It out by downloading it for free from the Syncfusion web site I would like to thank James McCaffrey  for the great contribution and the whole Syncfusion team for the fantastic support. [… read more]

Apr 022017
 

If we were to implement a solution that uses queues, the first thing that comes to our mind is to use one of the already baked systems that support queuing. There is really a proliferation of open-and-closed source software such as: RabitMQ ZeroMQ IBM MQ Series MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing) and many many others There are however other kind of queues, and those are directly [… read more]

Jul 022014
 

Syncfusion published yet another book on their Succinctly Series – MongoDB Succinctly. Once again I had the pleasure to be the Technical Editor of the book.     In MongoDB Succinctly, author Agus Kurniawan explains the essentials of the MongoDB database system. Starting with creating a MongoDB database, you’ll learn how to make collections and interact with their data, how to build a console application [… read more]

An introduction to NoSQL

 Posted by on May 7, 2012
May 072012
 

In my working career I had to deal with databases since my first day at work and it is a bit a hate-and-love relationship. Usually well working application is always backed up by a good designed database schema and good accessing mechanism. So far I always used RDBMS – Relationship databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySql, Sybase. Right now there is a big [… read more]

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