Apache CouchDB is an open source NoSQL database that speaks JSON natively and supports binary data. It’s designed to scale and replicate seamlessly to enable offline-first user-experiences. In this virtual meetup, IBM’s Upkar Lidder will offer a hands-on introduction on how to use Apache CouchDB.
Introduction to Apache CouchDB
NoSQL databases are used in most modern stacks. We will look Apache CouchDB in this hands-on webinar. There is no installation needed if you want to follow along, as we will use a hosted version of CouchDB.
🎓 What you will learn
- What are noSQL databases
- How do they compare to RDBMS databases
- Introduction to CouchDB
- Database operations
- Table operations
👩💻👨🏼💻 Who should attend
This workshop is for the curious! Everybody is welcome. If you are new to programming, you will run into NoSQL databases sooner or later. This will be an overview with resources to delve deeper. If you are an experienced programmer and have only used RDBMS in the past, join us to learn NoSQL. These databases are very easy to use and should be part of every developers tool belt.
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Developer Advocate at IBM
Upkar Lidder is a Full Stack Developer and Data Wrangler with a decade of development experience in a variety of roles. He can be seen speaking at various conferences and participating in local tech groups and meetups. He is currently curious about magic behind Machine Learning and Deep Learning, specifically use of NLP in chatbots. Upkar went to graduate school in Canada and currently resides in the United States.