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NoSQL Week in Review 20

This week’s edition of NoSQL week in review is being published from a quite far away location with unfortunately almost no connectivity. For the upcoming 2 weeks I’ll not be able to post as much as I’d like for as I’ll continue my trip in areas with almost no connectivity. I almost forgot how that feels. While I’ll do my best to catch the most important things in the NoSQL space, I might not have a way to post about it, but once I’ll make sure to update you once I get back home.

But now it’s time to review what happened in the NoSQL space last week:

What’s Hot in the NoSQL World

Last week most important event in the NoSQL world was the nosql:eu event organized in London. While it faced the volcano challenge the feedback was great and the organizers did an amazing job. I was supposed to get to there, but in my case nature won, so myNoSQL covered this event from distance. Anyways, it looks like there was a lot of interest for it as the first posts in the what’s hot in the NoSQL world section are:

  1. nosql:eu - 1st day and nosql:eu - 2nd day
  2. What NoSQL is NOT good for
  3. Riptano - First Company Focused on Cassandra
  4. Presentation: MapReduce in Simple Terms
  5. From MySQL to MongoDB: Migration Steps

Like always, that’s an interesting mix of everything!

NoSQL Week in Review