February 25, 2021, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina:
Dzone, one of the top publishers to software developers, has voted RavenDB CEO Oren Eini into its Hall of Fame. Since their inception in 1997, Oren has proven himself the Ty Cobb of Software Development, ranking #2 all-time among their one million members in articles and audience.
Over the past decade, Oren has written 1,000 pieces on NoSQL Database Management, .NET, and Software Development. His work has been read over 3.6 million times, averaging 3,600 views per article. He has been blogging even longer, writing over 7,000 posts at ayende.com.
Oren is Chief Developer and CEO of RavenDB, a nonrelational document database. He chronicles the evolution of his software and the ongoing needs of developers worldwide as one advance spurs new demands across all spectrums.
“Over the past decade, technology is changing at an increasing rate. There is a continuous need for new tools that enable organizations to serve their customers better and improve life for everyone. I am part of this by developing and always improving a cutting-edge database that lets users thrive on the cloud and scale out their products, their goals, even their dreams in the process. It’s an honor to work with DZone to share this journey with my fellow developers.”
“We are proud to recognize Oren Eini for his valued contributions in empowering developers and tech professionals worldwide. His DZone contributions over the years have been some of the most read, helpful, and viewed across all of DZone,” said Aaron Bailey, General Manager for DZone.
DZone.com is one of the world’s largest online communities and leading publishers of knowledge resources for software developers. Every day, hundreds of thousands of developers come to DZone.com to read about the latest technology trends and learn about new technologies, methodologies, and best practices through shared knowledge.
RavenDB is a NoSQL Document Database that gives you InMemory Performance plus Persistence and ACID. It’s available On-Premise and in the cloud as a Managed Cloud Service (DBaaS).
Take a live one on one demo with a RavenDB engineer at ravendb.net/live-demo