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Philip (flip) Kromer (infochimps.com) talking about origins of big data, generating big data, and some ideas on using big data. Very interesting talk.
Original title and link: Big Data: Millionfold Mashups and the Shape of Data (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)
Justin Sheehy talking about the Riak’s internals and how they’ve build Riak as a distributed, robust, scalable, and extensible NoSQL database
15 minutes with Andrew Browne (@adbrowne) on CouchDB replication and conflict detection recorded at Melbourne Alt.net:
Kristina Chodorow’s giving the serious version of MongoDB is web scale in an O’Reilly webcast: scaling with MongoDB:
 talking about Membase and Erlang (what worked and what didn’t) at Erlang Factory Lite LA:
After, what I assume to have been, an amazing adventure talking NoSQL around the globe, Tim Anglade has started to publish the video recordings of his conversations with people involved in the NoSQL products.
The page is listing over 40 videos, but only 6 have been published so far. There are a couple that I’m eagerly awaiting to watch.
Even if I’m a bit envious, I want to thank Tim for his efforts in evangelizing NoSQL databases and polyglot persistence and wish him luck with the new job at Cloudant.