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CouchDB, Ruby, and You

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May 6, 2010 10:45 AM

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

You can't go a week without hearing something NoSQL related these days. CouchDB is by far one of the best of this new breed of database, and it is a wonderful companion to Ruby. The map/reduce view system gives an incredibly powerful way to query your data, and the RESTful HTTP API enables both easy and fast clusters. It's built on Erlang, so you get all the stability and reliability you could want. Whether you're tired of spreading your data across a billion tables, or just curious what all the fuss is about, this talk will have something for you. By the end, you'll know enough to get started with CouchDB and why you'll want it for your next project. Most importantly, there'll be lots of great code samples to help guide the way. From samples in Ruby for the integration, to samples in Javascript for CouchDB's map/reduce functions, this presentation will have all that's needed to give you a nice, relaxing time with CouchDB.

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