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Carl and Richard talk to Oren Eini, aka Ayende Rahein, about RavenDB. RavenDB is a NoSQL JSON document database. Oren explains how he came to the realization that he needed to build his own data store, and the advantages of document databases over relational databases. Is SQL dead? Not hardly, but RavenDB is an interesting addition to your data solution!
You can listen to it here.
- Jim Webber: Chief Scientist Neo Technologies, author of REST in Practice: Hypermedia and Systems Architecture (↩)
And here is another interview with James Phillips from Alan Shimel, NetworkWorld columnist and host of “The Open Network”:
- James Phillips: CEO Membase (↩)
Original title and link: Membase at FLOSS Weekly Podcast with James Phillips and Randal Schwartz (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
A conversation with CouchOne’s Aaron Miller
 and Nitin Borwankar
 about the CouchDB application environment and CouchOne efforts to port it to Android and more generally to mobile platforms. The mp3 ☞ hosted by IBM developerWorks website can be downloaded from ☞ here (mp3).
After ☞ posting an intro article on MongoDB with Java — we have a couple of these over here too, starting with this tutorial on MongoDB in Java and MongoDB Java frameworks compared — Andrew Glover ☞ publishes an audio recording of an interview with Eliot Horowitz, 10gen CTO and the first to have declared MongoDB is after MySQL and PostgreSQL users.
Original title and link: MongoDB: A Conversation Between Eliot Horowitz and Andy Glover (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)