Deep Fried Bytes: Where is my SQL?!! Going NoSQL with Peter Ritchie

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down Peter Ritchie to discuss the popular database management system NoSQL. It may not look and act like your father’s database but it will help your application scale and perform in ways that relational database cannot.Thanks to our guest this episode.

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down Peter Ritchie to discuss the popular database management system NoSQL. It may not look and act like your father’s database but it will help your application scale and perform in ways that relational database cannot.


Thanks to our guest this episode

peterRitchie

Peter Ritchie is a software development consultant. Peter is president of Peter Ritchie Inc. Software Consulting Co., a software consulting company in Canada's National Capital Region specializing in Windows-based software development management, process, and implementation consulting. Peter has worked with such clients as Mitel, Nortel, Passport Canada, Innvapost from mentoring to architecture to implementation. Peter's range of experience ranges from designing and implement simple stand-alone applications to architecting n-tier applications spanning dozens of computers; from C++ to C#. Peter’s blog can be found at http://msmvps.com/blogs/PeterRitchie

Peter can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/PeterRitchie

Peter’s hair can be found at

http://twitter.com/Petershair

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