This time, the turn is for Testing.Commons to find a new home and, again, as with NMoneys, such home will be GitHub.
MongoDB is a public favorite of mine. It was the first document database I worked with and despite their quirks (less and less as time passes) I can strongly recommend to have a look to it when you are searching for a server-based, solid document database.
JSON has become one of the most widely accepted data interchange/representation formats. Not only as a Web data interchange, but also as data representation of multiple document databases.
One would not believe it given the weather here in Denmark, but it is summer and what happens with summer? Amongst other interesting things here comes an update of some OSS projects.
It has been a long while (2013) since I promised writing about Psake and using Powershell for build scripts.
…by looking into the past. Because that is what it should be considered when it stops supporting a version that is 7 years, 5 months and 2 days old; for one that is 5 years and 9 days.
At work, my team and I have been working with RavenDB for quite some time. Despite some people objections, the team usually shares a single development database. There is still the occasional “I made this breaking change… Guys! Get latest!!” but happens quite rarely. Besides documents, there is another data artifact that is very necessary for RavenDB to work: indexes […]
With a new year, comes a new release of NMoneys.
More things coming out from my recent session about MongoDB. Documents and Types MongoDB is a document database. Such documents are stored as JSON (well, kind of). JSON has a very challenged simple type system. .NET is an object-oriented environment that promotes types. Such type system is pretty rich. Are MongoDB’s documents and .NET Framework types doomed to miscommunicate? They […]
I have already written about the talk I gave in the local user group about MongoDB. I always try to push the limits of what I want to show by adding a couple of more advanced (yet useful) scenarios. The one I want to describe here is document projections using the .NET official driver. What is a projection anyway? The […]