Nautral identifiers as subresources in RESTful services

There's a project I'm working on, which provides a great study of legacy. Beside the code, there's a database which frequently uses complex natural keys, consisting of various values. As modelling using natural complex keys may be natural, when it comes to put a layer of REST services on top of that structure, a question may be … Continue reading Nautral identifiers as subresources in RESTful services

Solrnet NHibernate integration

Every developer which creates a scalable applications with high read/write ratio finally has to move to some query oriented storage, which allows almost instant, advanced querying. Solr is one of the frequently used solutions, providing a nice performance with advanced indexing/querying. Talking to Solr needs an API and for .NET and you can use SolrNet. … Continue reading Solrnet NHibernate integration

Dremel

I've just finished reading Dremel whitepaper. It seems that Google one more time brought to life something, which may change the IT world. Imagine queries running against trillions of rows and returning results in a few seconds, imagine fault tolerant db, that scales linear and still, allows you to query it in a very advanced … Continue reading Dremel