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SE-Radio Episode 233: Fangjin Yang on OLAP and the Druid Real-Time Analytical Data Store

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SE-Radio Episode 233: Fangjin Yang on OLAP and the Druid Real-Time Analytical Data Store

Fangjin Yang, creator of the Druid real-time analytical database, talks with Robert Blumen. They discuss the OLAP (online analytical processing) domain, OLAP concepts (hypercube, dimension, metric, and pivot), types of OLAP queries (roll-up, drill-down, and slicing and dicing), use cases for OLAP by organizations, the OLAP store’s position in the enterprise workflow, what “real time” […]

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Episode 194: Michael Hunger on Graph Databases

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Episode 194: Michael Hunger on Graph Databases

Recording Venue: Skype Guest: Michael Hunger Michael Hunger of Neo Technology, and a developer on the Neo4J database, joins Robert to discuss graph databases. Graph databases fall within the larger category of NoSQL databases but they are not primarily a solution to problems of scale. They differentiate themselves from RDBMS in offering a data model built […]

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Episode 186: Martin Fowler and Pramod Sadalage on Agile Database Development

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Episode 186: Martin Fowler and Pramod Sadalage on Agile Database Development

Recording Venue: Skype Guest: Martin Fowler and Pramod Sadalage In this episode, we talk with Pramod Sadalage and Martin Fowler about database evolution and agile database development. We discuss the basic challenges for working with a database in an agile development culture and how to include database design and most of all, database evolution, in […]

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Episode 123: Microsoft OSLO with Don Box and Doug Purdy

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Episode 123: Microsoft OSLO with Don Box and Doug Purdy

In this episode we discuss Microsoft’s OSLO platform with Doug Purdy and Don Box. We briefly discuss what OSLO is in general and then look at the various components of OSLO. We also look at how OSLO fits in with the general Microsoft strategy and how it compares to other DSL/Model-driven approaches. We then look at language modularization and composition and discuss the similarities with XML and Smalltalk. Finally, we discuss possible integrations of OSLO with other MD* approaches and technologies.

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