MarkLogic 8 Provides JavaScript, Bitemporal & Inferencing

We’ve announced a ton of cool new features in the upcoming MarkLogic® 8 software release. In fact, we’ve done more than just announce them. We already have very early versions of some of them available through our Early Access program. I want to tell you about three main feature areas that I find really exciting: […]

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Team USA Fans Cut Cable Cord for World Cup

Last week I was one of a reported 1.7 million Americans who watched team USA survive the group of death and advance to the elimination round without using a TV, cable box or antenna. I live streamed the game and participated in one of the biggest shifts in the media landscape: mass media being rapidly […]

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Open Letter to NYT: It’s Not About ‘Going Digital’

Earlier this month Public Editor piece Margaret Sullivan, The New York Times omsbudsman weighed in on the issue of the Times ‘going digital.’ She covered the leaked internal document lamenting the lack of ‘getting it’ at the NYT, the continuing changing economics of the news business and a pervasive feeling that all you have to […]

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IO Shortcut in MarkLogic Java Client API

As of MarkLogic 7.0-3, the MarkLogic Java Client API provides some shortcuts to make IO simpler. The Java programming language and its libraries have long standing support for strong typing. Strong typing helps you write production code by catching many errors early, but it can also complicate things when you know your code to be […]

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Can NoSQL Solve Polling Dilemma?

The stunning upset of Eric Cantor in the Virginia congressional race was largely stupendous because the pollsters got it so wrong – by “18 standard-deviation points” said one analyst. It was “pollster malfeasance” by the polling firm McLaughlin & Associates, and it should get the equivalent of the “pollster death penalty” said a commenter to Frank […]

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No Experience in NoSQL? No Problem.

I just attended a great talk at the Evanta CDO Chicago event. Sriram Mohan of Avalon Consulting, LLC. and Rose-Hullman Institute of Technology spoke on the challenge of finding people who have Big Data or Enterprise NoSQL skills. This topic really resonated with me because, as a Sales Engineering Director for MarkLogic, I’m looking to […]

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REST Wrapper for C++

My prolific colleague Adam Fowler is at it again. Since he is on the front line of integrating MarkLogic with legacy systems — he has seen multiple needs (in just the last few weeks) for a C++ Rest Wrapper for platform integration and application integration. So in true Adam fashion he is working on creating a […]

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Dishing on America’s Test Kitchen & NoSQL

Who Likes Food? I know I do. That’s why the announcement of America’s Test Kitchen as one of MarkLogic’s newest customers is especially exciting to me. I get jazzed about all new customers, but this one in particular makes me salivate. Just its Twitter page alone makes my stomach start to growl. America’s Test Kitchen […]

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MarkLogic Excellence Awards

This year, we’ve selected five organizations that have all succeeded at creating and deploying applications that transform their business or the way in which we think about data.

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Organizing a Marketing DAM

This is part 4 of our marketing department’s journey to creating a scalable content management and delivery system using RSuite built on MarkLogic. We began the journey in late 2013. I’m a bit behind because of all the attention we have had on getting the MarkLogic World tour content together. But i am back in writing mode. And here we […]

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