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RavenDB: The Road to Release

Ayende Rahien shares with RavenDB’s community a 5 point plan for the future of RavenDB. One of these caught my eyes:

Second, we do acknowledge that we suffer from a typical blindness for how we approach RavenDB. Since we built it, we know how things are supposed to be, and that is how we usually test them. Even when we try to go for the edge cases, we are constrained by our own thinking. We are currently working on getting an external testing team to do just that. Actively work to make use of RavenDB in creative ways specifically to try to break it.

To say that testing a database is complicated is an understatement. Moreover so if it’s a distributed database.

Original title and link: RavenDB: The Road to Release (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://ayende.com/blog/164641/ravendb-the-road-to-release?Key=aca17e0a-0d2d-41ac-b38d-fab0a3236f11