Monthly Archives: September 2013

MemSQL: Use SQL to Query JSON

According to this, the next version of MemSQL will support JSON as a data type, similar toPostgreSQL JSON type, but with a slightly—really, just slightly—better syntax and function names: By supporting the JSON datatype within a high performance database, MemSQL enables … Continue reading

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Comparison Analysis: Amazon CloudSearch vs Apache Solr

Search module plays an integral role in today’s websites and online applications. It is an entry point for many online business transactions and the user experience of these services are very critical. Search feature has the power to make or … Continue reading

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What developers really want, Instant Search SIMB Daily, 29 September 2013

These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques. What developers really want Instant Search: Algolia versus Elastic Search What no one talks about when building a team: letting people go Sweden Runs … Continue reading

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Full-text Search in your Database: Algolia vs Elasticsearch

Most applications and websites are built on top of a database. It can be a traditional relational database like MySQL or a NoSQL database like MongoDB. The problem is that none of these databases offer a satisfying full text search … Continue reading

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Show: Krumo, Kint, HTML5 Live Video Streaming, Hidden DNS Tax – SIMB Daily, 17 September 2013

These items are a combination of tech business news, development news and programming tools and techniques. The Importance of Timeboxing and Iterations for Agile Planning Client-side full-text search in CSS HTML5 Live Video Streaming via WebSockets Versioning RESTful Services v2 … Continue reading

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