At its root, software is the movement and manipulation of data. It is not always obvious how to store that data. This can be a daunting decision. Understanding the data is vital. SQL Server is usually the correct tool for the job, but that is not always true.
Ask yourself: is the data relational? If the data is not relational, a NoSQL option is a better choice. Let me be your guide as we descend into the realm of Azure DocumentDb (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/documentdb). In this talk, we'll explore its ease-of-use.
Speaker: David Pine
David Pine is a Microsoft Evangelist (Centare), with a passion for learning. David's blogs have been featured on asp.net, blogs.msdn and microsoft.com. David is active in the developer community, contributing to OSS, mentoring and stackoverflow.com (http://www.stackoverflow.com).
- Food is provided and arrives around 6:45 PM. (Pizza, Soda, Water)
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- After the presentation there is an opportunity to network.
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