Patrick Galbraith | Couchbase Blog


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Patrick Galbraith is a Software Engineer at Couchbase. His work is doing R&D, prototyping and development of Linux and Windows product build systems.

Learn how Couchbase enhances memcached

Memcached is great, and it definitely has it’s own challenges. To learn more about how Couchbase can help, check out We recommend you use Couchbase Server as your memcached replacement solution. To download Couchbase check out Also, don’t forget...

December 16, 2014

SASL Memcached Now Available!

After the initial announcement by Dustin Sallings that the memcached server now has SASL support, (which is a feature in the newly released 1.4.3, announced just today) this past week has also resulted in a flurry of other developments, particularly...

December 16, 2014

Support for Windows Services for win32 memcached

I'm pleased to announce that our memcached win32 binary for memcached 1.4.2 now supports being able to be installed as a Windows service. The distribution can be found from our labs website at which you can download at The...

December 16, 2014

Surviving the Windows Wilds

When I first started developing software, it was always my intent to write Windows software. I remember buying Borland C++ at the college bookstore and started trying to get familiar with the Windows API. Then of course a friend of...

December 16, 2014

Windows binary executable now available!

From my posting last week mentioning my successful build for Windows, we’ve decided to make the fruit of this labor available. This is very much a unfinished work– we want to add a lot more to this — beginning with...

December 16, 2014