Come and meet CouchDB, the NoSQL store with magical powers. CouchDB is intended to be very fault-tolerant; it has excellent abilities to reconcile two databases that have been offline from one another for some time even with conflicting changes. This session will discuss the best use-cases for CouchDB and show you how you can use CouchDB from your own applications, including some of the shiny new features in the 2.0 release.
CouchDB uses MapReduce (written in JavaScript) for its views and offers some very powerful options for querying the data it stores. If you’re curious about alternative databases, especially for a large or growing application, then this session is for you.


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Sorin Guga at 18:34 on 6 Oct 2017

Great presentation. Full of energy, jokes and actual quality content, this presentation was a blast.

Couple that with an awesome British accent and great diction, I don't think there was anybody dozing off during the talk!

Lorna provided not only a great introduction to the Couch-Pouch pair, but also showed us plenty of practical examples to help us get up and running smoothly. In particular, the tools used were of great help.
Having worked with Couch for over 6 years now, I found this talk excellently paced for both newcomers and seasoned professionals.

Olariu Lucian at 00:34 on 13 Oct 2017

Superb presentation. Concise and to the point. Keep up the good job :)