Tag Archive: Databases

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Redis Performance Basics Brian Geary

May 19, 2021

Redis (REmote DIctionary Server) is an open source, in-memory, NoSQL key/value store that delivers unparalleled speed, reliability, and performance.  This video demonstrates performance examples of keys vs scan and bulk loading using Redis Protocol. The code for this...Read More

A Quick Introduction to Graph Databases with Neo4j Scott Updike

August 4, 2018

Introduction – The Neo4j Universe If you use social media in any capacity on the internet, you will undoubtedly come across a site that is backed by a graph database. The whole concept of and theory...Read More

Improve performance in a legacy Rails application Aaron Lewing

October 15, 2016

Wouldn’t it be nice if all your work as a developer was something new? You would only work on something that hasn’t been done, you’d look at your other developer friends and think, “poor Scott,...Read More

Some thoughts on ORM solutions. Scott Updike

August 3, 2016

Of all the ways software developers can be categorized and placed into one camp or another, the dichotomy between developers being comfortable with database technology and those that are not is one of the most...Read More