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Why Couchbase chose RxJava for the new Java SDK

Why Couchbase chose RxJava for the new Java SDK

This blog post explains our reasoning and motivation behind choosing RxJava as one of the integral components in our new Java SDK. Motivation There are many ways to design an API and every one has its own set of benefits...

Michael Nitschinger December 16, 2014
Why Membase Uses  Erlang

Why Membase Uses Erlang

Less and less often (because Erlang is becoming more popular), I’m asked why Membase chose to use Erlang for our cluster management and process supervision component. Common alternatives people suggest are Java, C++, Python, Ruby, and, more recently, node.js and...

Sean Lynch December 16, 2014
100x Less Code!

100x Less Code!

Couchbase Mobile can make you 100 times more productive. Similarly to the way Ruby on Rails revolutionized the way we think about web services by offering a concise way to model REST-based web applications and APIs servers, the sync function...

10 Things Developers Should Know about Couchbase

10 Things Developers Should Know about Couchbase

As a developer, I’ve been using Couchbase Server for couple of months now and I love it. Having written several apps myself, I’ve come to learn many (but not all) of the ins-and-outs of Couchbase. To be a good Couchbase...

Couchbase 101 Q & A

Couchbase 101 Q & A

In our ongoing training series, a number of questions come up each time, I list them out with their respective answers below! Couchbase 101 – Architecture, Installation and Configuration My Ruby based load generator can be downloaded here: https://github.com/scalabl3/ruby-couchbase-loadgen Q: We’re...

The Couchbase Team December 2, 2013
Couchbase 103: Q & A

Couchbase 103: Q & A

In our ongoing training series, a number of questions come up each time, I list them out with their respective answers below! Couchbase 103 – Document Modeling Q: Assuming you can store a document as XML rather than JSON, what...

The Couchbase Team October 29, 2013
Couchbase 101-102-103 (Series 1)

Couchbase 101-102-103 (Series 1)

We recently started an online webinar series to cover the core components of Couchbase Server from installation through getting set up for development and understanding indexing. A number of questions came up during the webinars and I am posting a...

The Couchbase Team October 22, 2013
Schema Flexibility is SCRUMptious

Schema Flexibility is SCRUMptious

Waterfall Methodologies seem antiquated nowadays, with SCRUM, Crystal, eXtreme, Kanban and others, all these new paradigms for building applications iteratively and quickly have really become commonplace. I feel NoSQL with Couchbase is the next evolution of that movement, allowing you...

The Couchbase Team August 21, 2012
Do More With Less

Do More With Less

This is my “Hello World”, or rather my “Hello Blog” and I wanted to introduce myself. I, like many, have come from the startup world. Let's not kid ourselves, being from the “startup world” means being from the technology scrapyard...

The Couchbase Team July 16, 2012
Membase Server is Now Couchbase Server

Membase Server is Now Couchbase Server

This is my first blog posting at Couchbase – and one I’m very happy to be writing! Today we shipped Couchbase Server 1.8, culminating a tremendous amount of work since I joined Couchbase three months ago. Before getting in to...

The Couchbase Team January 23, 2012
Client Libraries for Couchbase Server

Client Libraries for Couchbase Server

Couchbase Server is simple to develop for by it’s very nature.  Modeling your data, as many of my colleagues often say, is simply a matter of organizing it like the natural world around you.  I know that seems like a...

The Couchbase Team January 23, 2012