1. Erlang, CouchDB and the IBM Cloud


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    Cloudant, a managed database service powered by Apache CouchDB, is one of the foundational services offered in the IBM Cloud. In this talk we'll explain why CouchDB makes so much sense as a cloud service, and how the decision to use Erlang has paid dividends across Cloudant's development and Ops lifecycle. We'll close with a preview of some of the new capabilities that are landing in CouchDB 2.0, and share some lessons we've learned growing and maintaining a vibrant open source community. Speaker: Adam Kocoloski @kocolosk IBM Distinguished Engineer and CTO Cloud Data Services. CouchDB developer, IBM Cloudant co-founder, erstwhile particle physicist.

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    • Data modeling in K/V and Document Stores


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      In modern applications we often have to weigh different modes of data access against each other, we need to optimise for a 'hot' path while keeping our data ready for evolving in the future. This talk will introduce you to different possible patterns for data modelling seen in the wild and when to use them. Going from Key Value patterns optimised for raw speed all the way to to document style access using advance query methods. For all this modes there are tradeoffs and we as developers have to often weigh performance, ease of use and flexibility against each other.

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      • Importing IP2Location data into CouchDB and querying with PHP


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        This video demonstrates how to import IP2Location data (DB11) in csv form into CouchDB and then query the IP geolocation data in a PHP web page. You may download the IP2Location DB11 csv file (LITE version) for free at http://lite.ip2location.com/database-ip-country-region-city-latitude-longitude-zipcode-timezone Please refer to http://www.ip2location.com/tutorials/importing-ip2location-data-into-couchdb-and-querying-with-php for the sample and import codes.

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        • Gonzo - Puppet Change Impact Analysis Console


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          Gonzo lets you assess the impact of your Puppet change before rolling it out across your server estate. It takes over after continuous integration tools have run their tests and deployed the release to the Puppet Masters, but before clients have been updated. Gonzo's goal is to increase confidence in Puppet changes by making it easier to verify that all changes are intentional and understood. https://github.com/croomes/gonzo

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          • Klaus Trainer - Apache CouchDB Internals, Now and Then


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            Code Mesh London is the best place in Europe for non-mainstream tech and programming languages. On 4-5 December 2013 over 50 inventors and originators of the most innovative languages and technologies of the moment shared their experience with 200 attendees. Topics included Scala, Haskell, Clojure, Erlang, Elixir, Julia and much more. See you at Code Mesh 2014! codemesh.io/ About the talk: Interested in CouchDB and wondering how its storage engine, the JavaScript query server, or its peer-to-peer replication actually work? Wondering how the merge with BigCouch is affecting CouchDB's architecture? If your answer to one or both of these question is "yes", then this talk is for you! Talk objectives: To give insight into CouchDB's architecture and internals.

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            • MyCouch & the ASP.Net Identity provider


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              A quick episode where I show you how to make use of the ASP.Net Core identity package and how you can replace then Entity framework package and instead use the specific MyCouch package to store the identity data in CouchDb or in a database in the cloud at Cloudant. I will also show you how to enable third party authentication services like Google authentication. Finally, we will take a quick look at how you can make use of roles. 00:40 - Create an ASP.Net MVC5 app and try it out 01:40 - Remove Entity framework 02:34 - Use MyCouch against CouchDb 05:12 - Enable Google authentication 05:44 - Take it to the cloud with Cloudant 06:50 - Make use of roles

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              • Node.js, Socket.io, CouchDb


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                • A Data Platform over and on the Web - Benoît Chesneau


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                  Erlang User Conference 2013 More info and slides on the website: http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2013/talks Databases and web applications are intrinsically linked. But while people still separate both, we thought that we could innovate in the refuge project and embrace the new paradigms and standards that design what the web will be tomorrow. Erlang OTP could help a lot with that and most of the refuge platform is using it. This talk will present a new way to exchange, render and use your data over the web by using Erlang and OTP to create a gateway or a thin layer between client applications and backends with the help of webrtc and websockets standards.

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                  • The Jimdo Sessions Episode 1 - CouchDB with @janl


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                    Jan Lehnardt aka @janl (https://twitter.com/janl), well known for awesome Talks and Keynotes at various conferences across the world, CouchDB (http://couchdb.apache.org/) and JSConf.eu (http://2012.jsconf.eu/), visits Hamburg. So we had to invite him to see the coolest company in town - of cause he couldn’t decline. This is the CouchDB talk. You can find the hood.ie talk at https://vimeo.com/62599421

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                    • CocoaHeads Session: CouchDB Cocoa Framework by John Turner


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                      John Turner (@thejohnturner) discusses using the CouchDB Cocoa Framework.

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