Tag Archives: Git

The Future of CouchDB and Couchbase Server

“What’s the future of CouchDB? It’s Couchbase.” —Damien Katz “The future of CouchDB is CouchDB.” —Noah Slater First of all, don’t panic. The Apache CouchDB project is thriving. There are plenty of core contributors who are dedicated to the project. If you’re using CouchDB, you’re fine. If you’re considering using CouchDB, you’ll be fine. CouchDB […]

Social Coding

My first real introduction to Git and GitHub was at last year’s ZendCon. I’ve been using Subversion, a centralized revision control tool, for a few years now and it has changed the way I work. For example, I think in terms of changesets or “commits” that fix a defect, make an enhancement or complete a […]