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Matthew D. Groves is a guy who loves to code. It doesn't matter if it's C#, jQuery, or PHP: he'll submit pull requests for anything. He has been coding professionally ever since he wrote a QuickBASIC point-of-sale app for his parent's pizza shop back in the 90s. He currently works as a Senior Product Marketing Manager for Couchbase. His free time is spent with his family, watching the Reds, and getting involved in the developer community. He is the author of AOP in .NET, Pro Microservices in .NET, a Pluralsight author, and a Microsoft MVP.

A Tour of the Couchbase JetBrains Plugin for Developers

A Tour of the Couchbase JetBrains Plugin for Developers

There is a Couchbase plugin available for use with any JetBrains IDE, including: IntelliJ IDEA, Android Studio, AppCode, Aqua, CLion, Code With Me Guest, DataGrip, DataSpell, GoLand, MPS, PhpStorm, PyCharm, Rider, RubyMine, RustRover, and WebStorm. Over on Couchbase social media...

Matthew Groves June 13, 2024
What are Vector Embeddings?

What are Vector Embeddings?

Vector embeddings are a critical component in machine learning that convert “high-dimensional” information, such as text or images, into a structured vector space. This process enables the ability to process and identify related data more effectively by representing it as...

Matthew Groves February 20, 2024
Couchbase Capella: Advantages in Speed, Functionality, and TCO Over Redis

Couchbase Capella: Advantages in Speed, Functionality, and TCO Over Redis

Altoros, an IT consulting organization known for database comparison, has released their latest independent benchmark, commissioned by Couchbase. The benchmark assesses the DBaaS solutions provided by Couchbase and Redis. Using the widely recognized YCSB standard for benchmarking NoSQL databases, this...

Matthew Groves November 2, 2023
Videos: Putting the SQL back into NoSQL

Videos: Putting the SQL back into NoSQL

Are you interested in using the familiar SQL language while also benefiting from the flexibility of JSON data? We’ve got a series of three videos that can help you achieve the best of both worlds. Putting the SQL back into...

Matthew Groves September 5, 2023
How to Build Real World Web Applications with Couchbase

How to Build Real World Web Applications with Couchbase

One great benefit of open-source projects lies in their ability to encourage a diverse and collaborative learning environment. They allow developers from different backgrounds to compare and contrast methodologies, and most importantly, learn from each other. One such open-source initiative,...

Matthew Groves August 3, 2023
KCDC 2023 Developer’s Conference Recap

KCDC 2023 Developer’s Conference Recap

In June 2023, Kansas City became a hub for developers and tech enthusiasts as it hosted the Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC), a huge gathering of developers and tech leaders. KCDC 2023 Couchbase was a Platinum Level sponsor of the...

Matthew Groves June 29, 2023
Netlify Teams Up with Couchbase Capella: Enabling Scalable Web Applications

Netlify Teams Up with Couchbase Capella: Enabling Scalable Web Applications

Great news for developers and web development teams: Netlify has recently introduced a new integration with Couchbase Capella, aimed at making web application development more efficient. This new integration brings together the popular cloud deployment platform of Netlify and the...

Matthew Groves June 9, 2023
Couchbase Capella Outshines DynamoDB, MongoDB, Redis in Speed, Functionality, and TCO

Couchbase Capella Outshines DynamoDB, MongoDB, Redis in Speed, Functionality, and TCO

Altoros, a renowned IT consulting organization with an extensive history in database comparison, has published their most recent independent benchmark, commissioned by Couchbase. The benchmark evaluates the DBaaS solutions offered by Couchbase, Redis, Amazon, and MongoDB. This study utilizes the...

Matthew Groves June 5, 2023
Stack Overflow Developer Survey for 2023 Now Open

Stack Overflow Developer Survey for 2023 Now Open

It’s that time of year again: the Stack Overflow Developer Survey is open. This year has an increased emphasis on AI and ML. Check out the Stack Overflow blog for more details. Who is a “Developer”? A developer is someone...

Matthew Groves May 11, 2023
DevNexus 2023 Recap

DevNexus 2023 Recap

As a sponsor of the DevNexus 2023 conference in Atlanta, Couchbase showcased its NoSQL database solutions to the attendees. We had a booth in the hall and a speaking session discussing JSON Data Modeling. Finally, the event was capped off...

Matthew Groves April 12, 2023
Extending .NET Caching Provider for Collections

Extending .NET Caching Provider for Collections

To help .NET developers better use Couchbase in their applications, there is a collection of community-supported Couchbase Extensions. These include extensions for caching, session, multiop, compression, and locking. And there are some officially supported extensions for dependency injection, open telemetry,...

Matthew Groves April 11, 2023
Updating Sensor Data: Exploring Couchbase’s Multi-Model Options

Updating Sensor Data: Exploring Couchbase’s Multi-Model Options

Couchbase has become a popular choice for IoT use cases, thanks to its flexible multi-model data management capabilities. Recently, I was working with a customer in the cruise industry that had a unique challenge – they needed Couchbase to receive...

Matthew Groves April 4, 2023