Abstract: It’s an interesting paradigm where hybrid systems using Sql and NoSql databases are more a necessity than just good to have. With all these options around us Couch Db, Cassandra, Raven Db, Mongo Db, HBase et al. it is easy to get confused. Come and learn the strengths and weaknesses of the major NoSql databases. As a developer you will learn how to create features that may not exist in some of these databases in your app. You will see feature by feature comparison and performance in different business cases. You will understand what makes the most sense for your business case. All the examples will be based on Windows Azure and yes, it’s not a surprise that all of them run great on Windows Azure and it’s very easy to use them.
About the Presenter: Chander Dhall is a Microsoft MVP, INETA Board member, professional software architect/lead developer, trainer, open source contributor, community leader and organizer with years of experience in enterprise Software Development. He works in a goal oriented, technologically driven, fast paced AGILE (SCRUM) environment. He is the founder of Dallas day of dot net Conference and the world famous jsSaturday.
He has a Master’s Degree in computer science with specialization in algorithms, principles and patterns and is focused on building high performing modular software. He is the CTO of Ria Consulting, LLC and is known for saving millions of dollars to top Fortune 500 clients and had great success with making start-ups successful.
Chander leads the LA Nodejs/HTML 5 user group and .Net User group at UTDallas. Chander recently got recognized as “One of the top organizers by Eventbrite. Chander has been a featured speaker in numerous conferences and code camps all over US. He has been a featured presenter at reputed conferences all over the world.
* 6:00p Mixer/Networking/Pizza
* 6:30p Presentation Starts
* 8:00p Raffle
Directions: Green Dot Corporation – 3465 E. Foothill Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91107
This is a Green Dot sponsored event. There is no entry fee and the event is free for attendees.