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Laurent is a Paris based Developer Advocate where he focuses on helping Java developers and the French community. He writes code in Java and blog posts in Markdown. Prior to joining Couchbase he was Nuxeo’s community liaison where he devoted his time and expertise to helping the entire Nuxeo Community become more active and efficient.

Twitter Thread tl;dr With AI? Part 2

Twitter Thread tl;dr With AI? Part 2

In part 1 we saw how to scrape Twitter, turn tweets in JSON documents, get an embedding representation of that tweet, store everything in Couchbase and how to run a vector search. These are the first steps of a Retrieval...

Twitter Thread tl;dr With AI? Part 1

Twitter Thread tl;dr With AI? Part 1

Because who has the time ? (also part 1 because it took me further than I expected 😬) Couchbase recently introduced support for Vector Search. And I have been looking for an excuse to play with it. As it turns...

Manage 429 RateLimit Errors with Spring WebClient

Manage 429 RateLimit Errors with Spring WebClient

I have recently taken over the maintenance of a Spring Boot project. This project has some RateLimit errors in the logs when the app was contacting a remote REST API. Turns out that this app was also using the synchronous,...

Managing Data Sprawl for Developers

Managing Data Sprawl for Developers

When we developers hear the term data sprawl, it may sound a little bit like a business term like TCO, ROI and the likes. All these terms have a reality for developers, outside of the analyst and manager realm. So...

Can Developers Reduce Software TCO with AI? 

Can Developers Reduce Software TCO with AI? 

Long gone are the days when you would buy a Nintendo cartridge and never update the software on it. The world has changed, and so has software. Instead of living in its own tiny (awesome) gray and black box, software...

Build a Survey App with Netlify and Couchbase

Build a Survey App with Netlify and Couchbase

The Couchbase DevRel team has been working with the Bad Website Club on freeCodeCamp materials.  freeCodeCamp is a non-profit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, online publications and local organizations that...

Sponsoring DevoxxUK 2023 London

Sponsoring DevoxxUK 2023 London

Couchbase Sponsored the DevoxxUK 2023 conference in London, UK. It was a real pleasure to meet the organizer team again, to meet all the participants. A big thank you to everyone that came to our booth! This year we gave...

Enjoying Devoxx France 2023 – Paris

Enjoying Devoxx France 2023 – Paris

Couchbase Sponsored the DevoxxFR 2023 conference in Paris, France. I want to thank everyone who came to our booth with their questions and curiosity! It was a pleasure to see you all and to talk to our existing customers as...

Explore your Couchbase Buckets with Azimutt

Explore your Couchbase Buckets with Azimutt

Azimutt is a Next-Gen ERD that allows you to Design, Explore, Document and Analyze your database. What is an ERD, you ask? ERD stands for Entity Relationship Diagram. Because, yes, you can have (virtual) entity relationships in a document database....

Couchbase Developer Release – Put some cURL in your N1QL

Couchbase Developer Release – Put some cURL in your N1QL

What is cURL? Ever heard of cURL? It’s a famous command line tool for sending/receiving data using URL syntax, says wikipedia here. Let’s start with an example related to Couchbase. The N1QL query service is available through a REST API....

Couchbase Developer Release – What’s new for FTS?

Couchbase Developer Release – What’s new for FTS?

Couchbase FTS is our new Fulltext Index and Query engine. We previously introduced it last year, I invite you to read this post and the reference documentation for a better understanding of what it can do for you. If you...

Integration Tests and your Couchbase Application

Integration Tests and your Couchbase Application

Proper integration tests require a complete setup of your infrastructure. And this can be a litle hard to put in place sometimes, especially when you need to support your developer lapop, your CI node, or any other machine where you...