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Matt Ingenthron
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My personal favorite method of prepping a Thanksgiving turkey is to spatchcock the bird and wet brine it. Here's why.
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Turns out I will be speaking at the Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon) in Santa Clara, California on December 1st, 2015 to December 3rd, 2015. If you’re unfamiliar with AnDevCon, it is a big deal.  It is probably one of the better, if not the best,…
I'll be speaking at the Android Developer Conference (AnDevCon) in Santa Clara, California in December 2015. Check it out to learn cool Android tricks.
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Thanks for the party-in-a-bottle for my 40th +Dustin Sallings!  I'll just attack it in one go, so the cup won't be needed. 
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This car is very optimistic about its longevity. Or, +BMW​ has a bug in their software.
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Good writeup on Bleve Search and an overview on some of the new tools in the +The Go Programming Language set from +Marty Schoch.
Faster Tokenization with Ragel generated FSM. Text processed by Bleve must first go through the process of tokenization. Read on to learn how we sped up the process by a factor of 2x by introducing an FSM generated by Ragel.
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Join us for updates about 4.0 beta by adding the event to your calendar and watching the broadcast at the +Couchbase page at the time of the event.  If you have a question, join the hangout live to ask it or post it in the Q&A during the hangout.  Note that it’s at two times on the same day to make it easier for many people to attend live. 

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Imagine a document database with integrated caching, cross data center replication, and mobile synchronization. Now, add querying and secondary indexing and you’re talking about what’s in Couchbase Server 4.0 beta! Join our beta hangout series to learn from the Couchbase experts. 

In the first session +Matt Ingenthron will chat with +Don Pinto about the new features in 4.0 such as SQL for Documents, the new Global Secondary Indexing and how these all come together in the next generation architecture for Couchbase Server.

Join us to learn what’s new in 4.0 beta.

When: Wednesday 29 July at 2:00 PM PDT/5:00 PM EDT
Where: Google+ Hangout On Air/YouTube
How: Post questions on G+, tune in for the broadcast to watch or watch the recording later.

How the Hangout Works
The location for this event is online.  Everyone can watch the broadcast from the hangout or the YouTube page, there's no limit to the number of attendees.  To interact with others on the hangout with voice/video, there is a limited capacity, but feel free to jump in when you have a question or post it below.

To be time efficient it’s best if you can ask in advance via the Q&A on this event Google Plus page, but definitely jump in and ask questions during the broadcast.

The broadcast will be available to everyone and recorded for later availability.  

The recording of the On Air broadcast will be posted to the CouchbaseVideos YouTube page (http://www.youtube.com/user/CouchbaseVideo) if you're not able to join us real-time.
Couchbase Hangouts: 4.0 Beta – What's New
Wed, July 29, 2015, 5:00 PM EDT
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I wanted to play with the +Apache Software Foundation Spark connector we'd written for Couchbase recently. It exposes pretty much every interface in +Couchbase, like the DCP (streaming) interface, the N1QL (SQL) interface, etc.

I came up with a quick concept around bulk transformation and pulled together a blog on reading +MySQL and updating JSON documents in Couchbase.
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Previously I wrote how to properly test your Ionic Framework application and how to debug your application using ADB for Android.  However, I get many questions from people regarding how to test their Apache Cordova, PhoneGap or Ionic Framework…
Use Safari for Mac OS to troubleshoot and debug your Apache Cordova, PhoneGap, or Ionic Framework mobile web application.
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As application development has continued to progress over the years, so has the world of database management. MySQL and NoSQL databases have continued to adapt and thrive in the changing world of software development, shifting toward cloud-based data storage, faster, more efficient queries, and the rise of supporting not only applications running at scale, but …
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Check out my +Couchbase blog on our new +The Go Programming Language SDK for Couchbase.  Great work there from +Brett Lawson and it builds on what we'd learned from +Marty Schoch, +Manik Taneja, +Steve Yen, +Dustin Sallings and others.

Go is now ready for people to develop apps against Couchbase and part of Couchbase.
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Oh, and there is a webinar from +Todd Greenstein on developing Go apps on top of Couchbase: http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1044711/182D32F4FC8E8E5269ADF9C83AE02766
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My ancient DTrace script was helpful here.

It's an interesting read.  The top thing that Brian ran into was also the reason we added Top Keys statistics into +Couchbase.  You can see the topmost fetched keys.

We'd seen something very similar in a deployment in early days at Couchbase.  An app that was doing tons of deletes and nearly no sets.  Seems like a bug!
Memcache Malarkey. By: Brian Dunavant 3 Aug '15. Level: This article reviews a fundamental concept or principle; This article reviews an intermediate concept or principle; This article reviews an advanced concept or principle; This article expresses an opinion or just a downright rant ...
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  • Couchbase, Inc.
    Director, Developer Solutions, 2011 - present
  • Business Communications, Inc.
    Systems Engineer, 1996 - 1998
  • Realcentric
    1998 - 2000
  • Sun Microsystems
    2000 - 2009
  • Membase
    2009 - 2011
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El Segundo, CA - Las Vegas - Cupertino, CA - San Jose, CA - Henderson, NV
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Great food and service. The only reason to not go 5 stars is that they need some fly management. I appreciate that it's a non-trivial problem, but it was annoying.
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One of the best in my area. The flavors are great, the pasta is perfectly cooked, the pizza is excellent. The only downsides from my perspective are the location isn't very close and the ambiance isn't the best. The dining room is okay, but with the counter at the opening, you're not really sure if you're in a pizza shop or a fine dining restaurant. This is probably because they cater to somewhere in between. The soups and salads haven't done much for me, but where it counts with the pastas and entrees, it's all been good that I remember. Try the bucatini.
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I was referred to Dr. Yoshikane after moving to SoCal back in 2000. There is nearly no waiting when you arrive and the office is always looking after the comfort of the patients. The doctor also uses modern x-ray equipment, can compare how things are changing over the years, etc. I've also found them to be very reasonable and flexible on billing. There were times I needed work done and it wasn't ideal budget wise, but the doctor's office was very willing to come up with a plan that would work.
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Called them 3 or 4 times to get a quote on a chimney cap. They were always very nice, but never showed up. Finally gave up and moved on.
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This place is still good, but the walls, tables and menu have gotten cluttered over the years. It used to be buckets of peanuts, then bowls, now plates. The owners really don't need to install all of the free alcohol beverage signage.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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