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NoSQL Developer Room
NoSQL is a coy marketing term which became an industry-wide tag labeling myriads of alternative datastores sharing one common trait: the lack of a classic relational model and/or query language. The NoSQL ecosphere has a diversity of species reminiscent of the Cambrian explosion, with implementations and tools in many different programming languages and environments.
If you share a sweet spot with us on column databases, graph databases, key-value and document stores and all the nitty-gritty details of consistency, availability and scalability, if you are looking for a fresh view on data management, then the NoSQL devroom should be the best way to pass your Sunday at FOSDEM.
|Sun 09:00-09:15||Welcome to the NoSQL developer room||Steven Noels|
|Sun 09:15-10:00||NoSQL for Fun & Profit||Tim Anglade|
|Sun 10:00-10:45||Introduction to MongoDB||Kristina Chodorow|
|Sun 11:00-11:45||My life with HBase||Lars George|
|Sun 11:45-12:30||The Cassandra distributed database||Eric Evans|
|Sun 13:15-14:00||CouchDB, a database designed for the web and more||Benoit Chesneau|
|Sun 14:00-14:45||MDB and MDBX: Open Source SimpleDB Projects based on GTM||Rob Tweed|
|Sun 15:00-15:30||GT.M and OpenStreetMap||George James|
|Sun 15:30-16:15||Comparing the MapReduce way in CouchDB with the SQL way in a RDBMS||Stéphane Combaudon|
|Sun 16:15-16:45||Designing a scalable content management system on NoSQL technologies||Evert Arckens|
|Sun 16:45-17:00||NoSQL closing||Steven Noels|