Hangout On Air Office Hours, 20 March 2013
Join us for a Hangout On Air!
The location for this event is online, and it's accessible through the Couchbase G+ page.
In this edition, we'll take questions as usual and show off two new demos.
John Zablocki of Couchbase will show how the Couchbase .NET client can be used with Glimpse for .NET to give developers observability into their app development. You can see what your app is doing with Couchbase, at dev time!
Aaron Page of Couchbase will then show how you can use time series data by analyzing Reddit data with his reddalyzr. If you've ever wondered what time of day is best to post, you should tune in...
We at Couchbase like to regularly invite developers, admins and others to bring your questions about developing with Couchbase Server to our team. We'll have on hand the experts in many of the languages: Java, .NET, Ruby, PHP, etc.
When: Wednesday March 20 at 2:00PM PST, 5:00PM EST, 21:00 UTC/GMT
Where: Google+ Hangout On Air/YouTube
How: Post questions on G+, tune in for the broadcast to watch or watch the recording later.
Everyone can watch the broadcast from the Couchbase G+ page, there's no limit to the number of attendees. To interact with others on the hangout with voice/video, there is a limited capacity, but feel free to jump in when you have a question.
To be time efficient we prefer questions be asked in advance via a comment to this posting on the Couchbase Google Plus page, but we open it up for others to join and ask questions during the broadcast.
The broadcast will be available to everyone and recorded for later availability. This means is you'll be able to hear answers directly from a number of the Couchbase developers via a broadcast. As we get to your question, if you're on and we'd like to discuss it further, we'll invite you to jump in to the hangout. The broadcast will be posted to the CouchbaseVideos YouTube page (http://www.youtube.com/user/CouchbaseVideo) if you're not able to join us real-time.
Of course, check out our previous hangouts at the YouTube link above!