Meetings are normally on the 
2nd Tuesday of each month 

Michael Roth Sr Programmer/Analyst   michael-roth.jpg

An Architectural Overview

In this session we will start with traditional stores like SQL and tour the world of NoSQL Databases. Seeing how we can create solutions that complement traditional stores and work data in new and interesting ways. We will tackle the CAP theory as well as delve into architectural guidance where NoSQL Stores make sense and when they don't. The attendee will be introduced to the different NoSQL Stores as well as how as a technology they form and function. We will delve into some situations where NoSQL could of helped a project and a few where they might hinder a product. By the end of the session you should have the tools to thoroughly evaluate a Data Store Solution to make an informed choice as a Programmer, Architect or Technical Advocate.

Mike is a developer who works for a large news syndicate. He has worked in many industries including Retail, Travel and Finance. And some times when the moon hits just right blogs about his adventures. He has done the developer thing but right now is really in love with the art of releasing.

Agenda


6:00 - 6:30 pm - Registration and User Group Business
6:30 - 7:45 pm - Presentation
7:45 - 8:00 pm - Break
8:15 - 9:30 pm - Presentation continues
9:30 - 9:45 pm - Raffle

Raffle prizes include:

r.a.d. controls for ASP.NET
r.a.d. controls for Win Forms
r.a.d. Reporting

Two (2) CodeSmith Tools licenses
Two (2) JetBrains ReSharper licenses
One (1) Infragistics NetAdvantage
Various books and software from the SWAG box

Sponsors:

Developers Express
New Horizons Computer Learning Center
Syncfusion
Duplicate File Detective
FolderSizes
SQL Backup Master
DeVry University
Mindscape
TEKsystems
BugAid
telerik
Pluralsight
SharpCrafters
EmailVerify
Structure 101
Component One
Infragistics
Red Gate
JetBrains
Typemock
CodeSmith Tools
TechSmith
Huagati Systems Co., Ltd.
TekPub
apress
Wrox
O'Reilly Books