The recording is now available here:
raMy session from the DotNet Iasi user group is up.
Next week I’m going to be doing a special edition of my webinar. Instead of me bringing the topic and talking about it, I want to answer your questions.
I would love to get your questions. The theme is meant to be mostly about RavenDB but I’ll accept most questions.
You can leave the question in the comments, and I’ll answer them live in the webinar.
The recording for using RavenDB as queueing infrastructure is ready.
Today I’m going to be talking about ACID and how it plays out in RavenDB and in MongoDB.
You can now watch Richard Norman and I talking about his Crux framework and the kind of work he has been doing with RavenDB. Interesting stuff, especially because he has a take on using RavenDB that is very distinct from mine.
I’m going to be talking tomorrow about using RavenDB as a Queuing Infrastructure. You can register to the webinar here.
I’m excited about this webinar, because I get to show off multiple fun ways to utilize RavenDB in ways that I don’t think people realize it can be used.
RavenDB is not a queue, but it has a bunch of features that we added especially for this purpose which enable some really interesting scenarios.
See you tomorrow!
Tomorrow I’m going to be talking with Richard Norman about his usage of RavenDB. Richard has been using RavenDB for many years and has agreed to talk to us (and show his code!) about how he makes use of RavenDB.
The most interesting thing about Richard’s usage of RavenDB is that he is making use of RavenDB features in ways that I never would expect.
You can register to the webinar here. Looking forward to seeing you there.
I had a chat with Shawn and Wai about building high performance databases.
I think we had a really interesting discussion, and as usual, your feedback is welcome.
The recording for my webinar about event sourcing and RavenDB is up.
Let me know what you think about the techniques outlined there.
If you have a topic you think would be interesting to have a webinar on, let me know, I’m looking for more things to talk about.
I’ve started the work to update the Inside RavenDB book to version 5.0, covering all the new things that happened in RavenDB since the 4.0 release.
I have just completed a major milestone, I finished the chapter discussing time series and counters, and I would really appreciate any comments you have to make.
You can find the new chapter here, look at Chapter 5, I removed all the rest.
Please let me know what you think.