| Database Article Published 25-Jan-13
Learn how to leverage the magic of Map/Reduce to make your NoSQL data in Couchbase searchable!
| Database Article Published 18-Jan-13
Scale your application to the sky with the high performance NoSQL Couchbase!
| Database Article Published 11-Jan-13
The buzz around NoSQL solutions has reached stratospheric heights. This buzz has led many Microsoft SQL Server development shops to start looking at how and where a NoSQL solution can fit into their business.
| Database Article Published 23-Oct-12
Mike Lamble examines the current big data landscape and focuses on the analytics needed to make these exabytes actionable. Today’s DBMS for big data analytics must meet specific requirements that are outlined in this article.
| Database Article Published 03-Feb-12
Developers targeting the SQL Azure platform should make sure their applications are secure. This article walks through the considerations developers need to keep in mind when designing SQL Azure applications.
| Database Article Published 13-Dec-11
Windows Azure offers a plethora of programming modes to harness the power of cloud computing. In this article, we explore how to create a WCF service running on Windows Azure.
| Database Article Published 12-Dec-11
Find out why using CASE tools to create MySQL databases can increase your development speed and productivity.
| Database Article Published 28-Nov-11
Microsoft is working hard to improve adoption of its cloud computing platform. To tap into non-Windows markets, it has released toolkits for both iOS and Android. In this article, we explore the offerings of the Windows Azure Toolkit for Android.
| Database Article Published 14-Feb-11
Conceptualizing your desired data's relationship with database tables will quickly help you determine which type of SQL join to use.
| Database Article Published 28-Oct-10
Whether you pick and choose or apply all 10, these MySQL command-line tips will save you a great deal of time and effort.
| Database Article Published 14-Jul-10
First production-ready milestone of the CouchDB open source NoSQL database is released, providing stability and performance gains for developers and users.
| Database Article Published 16-Jun-10
The NoSQL database MongoDB is on the rise because of its flexibility and scalability. Find out how to implement MongoDB in your Web development.
| Database Article Published 11-Jun-10
Use Doctrine, the open source object-relational mapper, to map database tables to PHP objects.
| Database Article Published 18-May-10
Here are ten outstanding graphical interfaces for MySQL management, development and administration, as well as one great MySQL toolkit with a wealth of command-line tools.
| Database Article Published 28-Apr-10
The MySQL EXPLAIN statement provides insight into MySQL's query execution plans. This video demonstrates how you can use this powerful feature to boost your MySQL database performance.
| Database Article Published 29-Mar-10
SQL JOINs can help you retrieve interrelated data stored in multiple tables from your MySQL (or really any relational) database.
| Database Article Published 26-Feb-10
Use these powerful tools to increase your MySQL development productivity.
| Database Article Published 10-Feb-10
Find out what makes Mnesia, the Erlang-based database management system, perfect for distribution across a network of computers.
| Database Article Published 20-Nov-09
Need your server and your site up and running quick? Let Greg Larsen show you what you need to know to get SQL Server running and configured.
| Database Article Published 21-Sep-09
Learn how leverage location based data using Microsoft SQL Server 2008 from C# applications and combine them with interactive maps.
| Database Article Published 29-Jun-09
The results you get out of any performance prediction exercise are bound to be wrong. The goal is to make them as least wrong as possible. Rob Bogue will help you understand how to avoid getting them too wrong.
| Database Article Published 14-Apr-09
In many business applications, it is crucial to know how data has changed over time. For developers, this is not a new problem; many different solutions have been created to log changes. But creating a log is time-consuming. Read on to learn how SQL Server 2008 can help you save time and work more effectively.
| Database Article Published 17-Feb-09
Learn to build a text DSL in MGrammar.
| Database Article Published 12-Feb-09
Old school programming, whereby the programmer reads control values and writes inline SQL, still works, but it's so 90s. If you are new to WinForms or Web programming but experienced, peruse the article and then master LINQ.
| Database Article Published 26-Jan-09
Elevate your SQL game (a little bit) with CROSS APPLY and OUTER APPLY.