Being used of NUnit and MSTest, xUnit (pre v2) comes with some slight differences. One that I initially had some troubles with when porting my tests, was the life cycle of tests and test fixtures. Most of the differences are very well documented at the xUnit CodePlex site. E.g. how xUnit makes use of a […]
This will be a really short post and will be about the whole flexible schemas in NoSQL land and how easy it is to store data and let the design of it evolve by time. “You just throw some JSON in there and then start harvest the data with some nifty queries.” I’m saying, no […]
Recently I put out a simple NuGet package: MyCouch.AspNet.Identity, that lets you store ASP.Net identity data in CouchDb or in the cloud using Cloudant, instead of in a SQL Server using Entity framework. It’s about a three-five minute change and it is really easy. And to show you this, I have put together a small screencast as well as a small sample, which you can find in this article.
I’ve been working with many different teams during the years and met many different people being in different stages in their careers. We often speak about juniors and seniors and they all come in different flavors and there are different ways to look upon them. Let’s say one aspect of being a junior means: “you […]
This week the “MyCouch.Cloudant NuGet” package was released. Since Cloudant is almost 100% compatible with CouchDb, the plain MyCouch package is working nicely with Cloudant. However, there are some great features in Cloudant which are not implemented in CouchDb, hence the birth of MyCouch.Cloudant. The first feature out, is support for Searches. Tag along and I’ll show you how to use it.