NoSQL Smackdown 2012

A session at Central Iowa Software Symposium

Friday 3rd August, 2012

1:15pm to 2:45pm (CST)

Alternative databases continue to establish their role in the technology stack of the future—and for many, the technology stack of the present. Making mature engineering decisions about when to adopt new products is not easy, and requires that we learn about them both from an abstract perspective and from a very concrete one as well. If you are going to recommend a NoSQL database for a new project, you're going to have to look at code.

In this talk, we'll examine three important contenders in the NoSQL space: Cassandra, MongoDB, and Neo4J. We'll review their data models, scaling paradigms, and query idioms. Most importantly, we'll work through the exercise of modeling a real-world problem with each database, and look at the code and queries we'd use to implement real product features. Come to this session for a thorough and thoroughly practical smackdown between three important NoSQL products.

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Tim Berglund

Trainer for GitHub. Husband of one, father of three. Believer in Christ. bio from Twitter

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Time 1:15pm2:45pm CST

Date Fri 3rd August 2012

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