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MongoDB & The Soundwave Music Map

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, August 5, 2014
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By David Lynch: Principal Engineer at SoundwaveSoundwave is a smartphone app that tracks music as quickly as it is played. Soundwave tracks each users music-listening habits across multiple platforms ...

6 Rules of Thumb for MongoDB Schema Design: Part 2

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, June 5, 2014
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By William Zola, Lead Technical Support Engineer at MongoDBThis is the second stop on our tour of modeling One-to-N relationships in MongoDB. Last time I covered the three basic schema designs: embed...

6 Rules of Thumb for MongoDB Schema Design: Part 1

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, May 29, 2014
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By William Zola, Lead Technical Support Engineer at MongoDBI have lots of experience with SQL, but Im just a beginner with MongoDB. How do I model a one-to-N relationship? This is one of the more com...

Silos and Monoliths Moving On to the Past

Simple Talk, April 11, 2014
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The presenter positively glowed with enthusiasm as she showed us how easily the schemas collections of documents in MongoDB could follow the changes in the way you structure the data in your applicati...

Active Directory Schema Extension for Windows Azure Previewed

Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online | Todays Top Picks, March 6, 2014
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A new custom schema extension capability for the Windows Azure Active Directory identity management service has been released by Microsoft....

Transitioning from Relational Databases to MongoDB - Data Models

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, January 10, 2014
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This post was written by Bryan Reinero, a Consulting Engineer at MongoDB.Understanding how to use MongoDB isnt difficult, but it does require you to change the way you think about databases if you are...

Schema Support in the JavaScript SDK of Telerik Data Storage for Windows 8

the telerik blogs, November 22, 2013
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The Q3 2013 release introduces a major improvement in the Telerik Data Storage for Windows 8 Javascript SDK - schema support. The schema enforces data constraints, validates input data and enables the...

An Introduction to Windows Azure Table Storage

Simple Talk, November 14, 2013
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Windows Azure Tables are intended for the storage of large amounts of schemaless data. Tables are just containers of rows of data. Mike Wood describes the practicalities of getting started with using ...

Using MongoDB Schema Design to Create Inboxes

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, October 31, 2013
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Designing a schema that reads and writes data efficiently is a big decision for any developer, since she must design her schema with the applications functionality in mind. In this post, well explore ...

T-SQL Count of Tables, Views, Stored Procedures and Functions

Jason N. Gaylords Blog, October 29, 2013
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Have you ever needed to obtain a list or count of all tables, views, stored procedures, and functions in a database? Its quite easy. Simply copy the T-SQL from below to a query window, set the desired...

September MongoDB News

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, September 30, 2013
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September was a big month. MongoDB 2.5.2 was released, MongoDB World was announced, MMS received a large feature update, and a number of MongoDB Drivers were released as well. Here’s a roundup o...

Tracking Twitter Followers with MongoDB

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, September 17, 2013
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By Andr Spiegel, Consulting engineer for MongoDBAs a recently hired engineer at MongoDB, part of my ramping-up training is to create a number of small projects with our software to get a feel for how ...

Faceted Search with MongoDB

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, August 30, 2013
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By Jon Rangel, MongoDB Consulting EngineerIntroductionFaceted search, or faceted navigation, is a way of browsing and searching for items in a set of data by applying filters on various properties (fa...

Faceted Search with MongoDB

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, August 29, 2013
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By Jon Rangel, MongoDB Consulting EngineerIntroductionFaceted search, or faceted navigation, is a way of browsing and searching for items in a set of data by applying filters on various properties (fa...

Mongoose 3.7.0 Released

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, August 15, 2013
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By EJ Bensing, MongoDB intern for Summer 2013Ive spent the last 2 months interning at 10gen, the MongoDB company, working on Mongoose. It has been a lot of fun and Ive learned a ton about Node.js, Mon...

Leafblower: Winner of the MongoDB March Madness Hackathon

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, July 1, 2013
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In March, 10gen hosted a Global Hackathon called MongoDB March Madness, and challenged the community to build tools to support the growing MongoDB community. Leafblower, a project built at the Sydney ...

The MEAN Stack: Mistakes You're Probably Making With MongooseJS, And How To Fix Them

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, June 6, 2013
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If youre familiar with Ruby on Rails and are using MongoDB to build a NodeJS app, you might miss some slick ActiveRecord features, such as declarative validation. Diving into most of the basic tutoria...

MongoDB, build parties, and deploying your web application at 11am on a Wednesday

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, May 12, 2013
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This is a guest post by Sean Reilly. Release your applications with MongoDB more often and get closer to the ultimate goal of deploying applications anytime and why not at 11am on Wednesday mornings?W...

MongoDB Tip: Create Short Field Names

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, February 27, 2013
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MongoDBs dynamic schema and document-based data structure offer a lot of flexibility in development, but its important to understand how your document construction can affect available memory in your ...

MongoDB Schema Design: Insights and Tradeoffs from...

The MongoDB NoSQL Database Blog, December 21, 2012
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MongoDB Schema Design: Insights and Tradeoffs from JetloreMongoDBs flexible schema is a powerful feature, and to build a successful first application you need to know how to leverage this feat...

Using MAC Authentication for simple Web APIs consumption

Pablo M. Cibraro (aka Cibrax), December 6, 2012
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For simple scenarios of Web API consumption where identity delegation is not required, traditional http authentication schemas such as basic, certificates or digest are the most used nowadays. All the...

Using MAC Authentication for simple Web APIs consumption

Pablo M. Cibraro (aka Cibrax), December 6, 2012
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For simple scenarios of Web API consumption where identity delegation is not required, traditional http authentication schemas such as basic, certificates or digest are the most used nowadays. All the...

DBKeeperNet - Keeps Your DB Schema Up-to-date

The Code Project Latest Articles, September 23, 2012
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An article describing a simple .NET library which simply keeps your database schema up-to-date....

Domain Model over Database Schema. Using fluent nHibernate to generate the database

Brendan Tompkins, September 14, 2012
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In domain driven design everything centers on your domain model. Domain objects are persisted to a database. What that database exactly looks like is not known to the model. Nevertheless the database ...

Cleaning Up SQL Server Deployment Scripts

Simple Talk, August 2, 2012
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Although, generally speaking, source control is the truth, a database doesn't quite conform to the ideal because the target schema can, for valid reasons, contain other conflicting truths that can't e...

Using Redgates Sql Compare for Complex Migrations with EFs CodeFirst

peterkellner.net, July 29, 2012
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IntroductionAs many of you know, Ive been quite the fan of Entity Framework CodeFirst for quite some time.  It does a great job of reducing the number of places I have to change thngs each time I have...

LLBLGen Pro feature highlights: grouping model elements

Frans Boumas blog, June 20, 2012
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(This post is part of a series of posts about features of the LLBLGen Pro system) When working with an entity model which has more than a few entities, it's often convenient to be able to group entit...

Simple Class Creator

The Code Project Latest Articles, May 8, 2012
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A very simple class code generation tool. Input a simple select statement and generate code for the schema of the returned virtual table....

Parsing and interpreting Xsd using Linq

The Code Project Latest Articles, May 6, 2012
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How to use a Linq2Xsd generated object to directly manipulate XmlSchema...

EF5: Where are my DataAnnotations?

Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., April 3, 2012
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EF 4.x: EF 4.1+ has a DataAnnotations namespace for the new EF related annotations. Most of them are related to database schema. EF 5 Not even a DataAnnotations namespace in here. Thats because t...

Adding a New Field to the Movie Model and Table

ASP.NET Daily Articles, March 9, 2012
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In this section you'll make some changes to the model classes and learn how you can update the database schema to match the model changes. Adding a Rating Property to the Movie Model Start by addin......

New EF Code First Migrations Video on Pluralsight

Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., March 7, 2012
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My newest course is live on Pluralsight.com. This one is about using the new data migrations feature of Entity Framework Code First. These were first introduced with EF 4.3. Migrations lets you update...

Telerik OpenAccess ORM Q1 2012 - Batch Operations

the telerik blogs, February 17, 2012
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In previous versions of OpenAccess ORM, configuring large data models could be a bit cumbersome. However, I am happy to say that in Q1 2012 we are adding a new batch operation dialog, which makes conf...

Building your own Racing Simulator Dashboard with some Arduino and VB.Net

MSDN: Coding4Fun, February 10, 2012
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Today's Hardware Friday post is kind of thing that many gamers lust for, a hardware extension for their simulator of choice, be it as complicated as a airplane cockpit in their garage or something a l...

On your mark, get set... Grand Prix/Pinewood Derby Track Timer, via Netduino

MSDN: Coding4Fun, October 21, 2011
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Today's Hardware Friday Coding4Fun project is one that brings back a number of memories. From being a kid and building and racing in the Pinewood Derby, to those as a parent of a racer, to the "discu...

Wait, isn't that MP3, THAT MP3? Fingerprinting your music/audio...

MSDN: Coding4Fun, June 15, 2011
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We've recently been hearing a good bit about music fingerprinting. Where some service or other looks at the fingerprints of your music and then does something with that data. If you're like me, you've...

Tron Disc with .NET Microframework

MSDN: Coding4Fun, December 13, 2010
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Harford Hackerspace David Powell Jeremy Ashinghurst Paul King Jason McMahon Source Code: Download Diffi...

Tailspin Spyworks Ecommerce Application and Tutorial Updated on CodePlex !

MS-Joe, November 15, 2010
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Just a note to let folks know that Ive updated both the code and the tutorial for the tailspin Spyworks sample app at http://tailspinspyworks.codeplex.com/. It includes bug fixes, additional step d...

Service Testing in SO-Aware

Pablo M. Cibraro (aka Cibrax), August 3, 2010
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Service testing is another interesting feature that you will find in SO-Aware. Having a tool for testing a service in the repository is very important for the following reasons, You can make sure ...

Oracle and 3rd Party Tools

Simple Talk, July 8, 2010
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We knew before we started to create Schema Compare for Oracle that wed need to work hard. It is a different technology and a different market. Also, there is less interest amongst Oracle users for thi...

Book Review: The Art of XSD - SQL Server XML schemas

Simple Talk, June 10, 2010
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The 14 chapters of "The Art of XSD, written by MVP Jacob Sebastian, will take the reader step-bystep all the way from the basics of XML Schema design all the way to advanced topics on SQL Server XML ...

Mapping Help in the EDM Designer

Julia Lerman Blog - Dont Be Iffy..., May 26, 2010
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The mapping details window that displays the mappings between an entity and database table(s) is pretty straightforward. When you join two related tables in a Table Per Hierarchy inheritance things ...

Developing Schema Compare for Oracle (Part 5): Query Snapshots

Simple Talk, April 30, 2010
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If you've emailed us about a bug you've encountered with the EAP or beta versions of Schema Compare for Oracle, we probably asked you to send us a query snapshot of your databases. Here, I explain wha...

SOA Anti-pattern: Nanoservices

Cirrus Minor, April 28, 2010
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After a long hiatus, I guess it is time for another SOA anti-pattern to see the light. It is probably also a good time to remind you that I am looking for your insights on this project. ...

Developing Schema Compare for Oracle (Part 2): Dependencies

Simple Talk, April 20, 2010
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In developing Schema Compare for Oracle, one of the issues we came across was the size of the databases. As detailed in my last blog post, we had to allow schema pre-filtering due to the number of obj...

Transfer data from server to client

The Code Project Latest Articles, September 18, 2009
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How to transfer the data from server database to client database,If both have same schema...

New DEMO page for Telerik Reporting

the telerik blogs, July 17, 2009
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For a while now, we've been thinking about trying to distinguish between the concept of a QSF (Quick Start Framework) and a Demo. As you know, we call our Demos a QSF, because people can use it to get...

Part 3 of Dana's End-to-End "Oslo" Series: Quadrant

Marquee de Sells: Chriss insight outlet, July 7, 2009
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In part 1 and part 2 of his series, Dana Kaufman, a Program Manager on the "Oslo" team, used "M" to model the schema for employee information and to create a domain-specific language (DSL) for cre...

Part 3 of Dana's End-to-End "Oslo" Series: Quadrant

Marquee de Sells: Chriss insight outlet, July 7, 2009
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In part 1 and part 2 of his series, Dana Kaufman, a Program Manager on the "Oslo" team, used "M" to model the schema for employee information and to create a domain-specific language (DSL) for cre...

New Feature: Artificial Fields

the telerik blogs, July 7, 2009
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Artificial fields, what are they good for? OpenAccess requires a persistent class model to work. This means that data not represented by a field in a persistent class cannot be stored or retrieved...