This session introduces how RavenDB supports a lot of architectural techniques around CQRS implementation using MediatR, BDD, Authorization/Authentication. Dejan Milicic shows how you can build a clean code, make the best choices and pick the right technologies.
The Angular Show – RavenDB
In this episode, panelists Brian Love, Jennifer Wadella, and Aaron Frost welcome Oren Eini, founder of RavenDB, to the Angular Show. Oren teaches about some of the key decisions around structured vs unstructured databases (or SQL vs NoSQL in hipster developer parlance).
The UX of Security: Simplicity as a security strategy
In this session, Oren Eini discusses a different approach for security. One that assumes that the security of the system depends on how usable it is. Designing for the user experience of a secured system means that we make the user fall into the pit of (secured) success.
Things you did not know about RavenDB // Machine Learning
RavenDB is delivering great and modern mechanisms to deal with and work with data. In this session, Dejan Milicic shows you the features which never were presented before and you didn’t know yet.
TSConf 2020 TalkScript Podcast: Marcin Lewandowski
TalkScript podcast interviews RavenDB Developer Marcin Lewandowski.
Quality, Constraints and Trade-offs Attributes | Fundamentals of Software Architecture
Defining and meeting quality attributes, as well as respecting restrictions, is fundamental for the correct definition of a good software architecture. Often, decisions will involve resolving trade-offs.
Database Design to NoSQL
Oren just goes into this overview of the evolution of the PC, it’s really cool and it really sets the stage for having you think, how many times is my application making my hard drive spin and could it and should it be spinning much less with a better meta data dictionary and maybe there’s something to this million little databases…
RavenDB vs MongoDB: Performance, Cost, and Complexity
Hundreds of Application Developers ask us all the time: How does RavenDB compare to MongoDB where it counts? In Performance, Cost, and Complexity?
Graphs, Counters, Revisions and More: A RavenDB 4.2 Review
RavenDB, the open source NoSQL Database with Adi Avivi
RavenDB is so efficient that the RavenDB team wanted to see if they could get it to run on a Raspberry Pi using .NET Core! Scott talks to Adi Avivi from the team about their accomplishment.