In this month's Chicago ALT.NET meeting we will be taking a look at
Apache CouchDB. I quote from the official site:
CouchDB provides a RESTful JSON API than can be accessed from any environment that allows HTTP requests.
Get Comfy With CouchDB
Pizza and networking time
CouchDB is one of the more mature schema-less map/reduce
object dbs out there. In this talk we'll cover the basics of what CouchDB is, and why it's cool,
and then we'll run through a sample application. The application will show off LINQ to Couch,
basic persistance, views and full-text search with CouchDB-Lucene.
Alex Pedenko has been in software development for about 13 years, starting off on Borland Delphi, then spending about 4 years in Java and finally making the switch to .net around '03
Currently, he is the director of software architecture and chief architect at a healthcare services company. He has used that role as an opportunity to inject some modern ideas into an otherwise lagging industry, moving the company from a classic "giant web-app strapped to an even more giant db", to a distributed, service-oriented environment utilizing RESTful services, and rich-client applications.
Alex is also involved in a number of Open Source projects like
Bistro and NDjango,
and the .net side of CouchDB via Divan and
10-01-2009 4:26 AM