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couchbase uk 2013 london + after party and networking

Hey guys,

For anyone interested in learning about NoSQL, Couchbase has given us a 50% off to join their conference this Thursday. I'm going and it would be great if we could get a few guys to go together and have a mini conf discussion on the train there and back?

This is a day dedicated to NoSQL and Couchbase, with talks from how Betfair, SkyScanner and The Hut Group are using Couchbase behind their web and mobile apps plus much more.

( copy of blurb from the conference website ... If you’re evaluating NoSQL for your projects or just learning about NoSQL for the first time, join us for Couchbase [UK] 2013. This one-day event will draw attendees from across Europe to explore NoSQL and document database technology, take a closer look at Couchbase Server 2.0, and hear how leading European companies are harnessing this powerful technology for their interactive web applications. )

Couchbase are promising a great networking event with an free after-party too! (with the camdug discount, if you're interested in NoSQL this will be an excellent networking opportunity)

Use the coupon code (MEETUP50) to receive 50% off, (normal price £150) with the discount £75. If you're booked already as going, please rsvp here so that you can arrange to travel down by train together and share notes / ideas etc.



... happy not only SQL-ing ;-D

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  • Daniel V.

    I have a question about Couchbase I cannot see a clear answer to online. Does it support document level security like Lotus Notes did?

    Apparently CouchDB doesn't as it was difficult to do right. However apparently CouchDB was originally written by someone from the Lotus Notes/Domino server team in Erlan. From what I understand Couchbase is a port to C? with a MemCache on top? Perhaps they would have implemented document security by now as that would make it really useful for something I was looking at.

    1 · April 10, 2013

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  • Alan
    Event Host
  • Daniel V.
    snowcoder and Minister of education and languages

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