Hello, this is Jan Lehnardt and you're visiting my blog. Thanks for stopping by.
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Welcome to another installment of News at Couch, our review of what’s new with, on and around CouchDB.
What’s the most interesting new idea you’ve seen in the field of web development in the past year?
New database architectures: CouchDB and friends.
— Tim Bray
Kore Nordmann looks at how to model users, groups and permissions with CouchDB.
Back in August, yours truly presented CouchDB at the BBC. They shot a video.
Chris tries to do Wide Finder in CouchDB.
Amazing Aimee has a seven part series on CouchDB with Rails: One, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Wow. Thanks Aimee!
Domingo looks at couchdb-python’s new attachment support contributed by (again) by yours truly.
Ben Atkin uses CouchDB from FireBug, way cool!
Use CouchDB with ejabberd, by cstar.
Mikeal Rogers releases pouch, a lightweigh CouchDB library for Python, aptly named by Aza Raskin(!).
Scott Leberknight writes about Polyglot Persistence.
Ricky Ho of Adobe takes a closer look at CouchDB’s internals.
Volker got a nice review for his CouchDB talk at BarCampBerlin a few weeks ago. I was there, it was pretty good!
Michael Stillwell of iBuildings reviews my presentation about CouchDB and explains CouchDB and MapReduce in one go!
How to use ActiveCouch with Rails by Arun Thampi
Alex unveils CouchPotato, ActiveCouch’s arch rival with some pretty nifty Rails plugins already built in (acts_as versioned e.g.).
My friend Volker released GeoCouch a Geo Spatial indexer for CouchDB. Woot!
The Book of course :-)
Chris blogs about using CouchDB as an app-server with p2p semantics. Me want!
Chris also did a tech-talk on CouchDB in New York. They taped it!
Ok, this is a big one, Carlos puts a few Wikipedia languages into CouchDB (120 GB in total) and puts a minimalist jQuery-powered interface on top for translations and calls it “Lots of Words”. Neat!
Heya, thanks for linking to me - and for describing me as amazing! :)
I’m not done yet … there is still more i’d like to investigate with CouchDB but other things have taken precedence in my life for the time being.
Things are moving fast for CouchDB - it is exciting! All the best to you, and we’ll be in touch again, i’m sure.
I’m excited so read what you come up with :) Hope to be un touch soon! :)
Peepcode made a Rails + CouchDB screencase too. I found it helpful.
Hi Kent, it’s true the (screencast)[https://peepcode.com/products/couchdb-with-rails] is mighty awesome as well. it slipped my mind for a second. I bet there’s plenty more, too :) Feel free to add more link sin the comments.
Hurray! Next issue of "News at Couch" is out! Thanks a lot, this is always great read.