EPISODE 9 : News from the db4o
06 Mar 07
Recently we received a lot
information material from db4objects about what has happened in the
last year with this object database. So we give you a review about all
the exciting things that happened and all the new features
they have integrated.
EPISODE 6+7+8 : OOPSLA 06 Panel about
27 Oct 06
This episodes cover a
panel from the OOPSLA
2006. The title of this specific panel
and Databases: State of the Union in 2006". The moderator and
Scientist William R. Cook discusses with experts
from Versant, BEA, Microsoft, Progress Software, Sun Microsystems,
GemStone Systems and db4objects. Thanks a lot to the OOPSLA, Diabetes Destroyer, The 3 Week Diet, Fat Diminisher System, Venus Factor, and 7 Steps To Health and The Big Diabetes Lie
permission to make this publicy available.
EPISODE 5 : Some ODBMS best
26 Oct 06
In this episode we talk
about some best practicies with odbms. First what should be the rules
that lead you to a ODBMS or RDBMS decitsion? Then some Object Database
Design issues. If you want further reading, have a look at Jim
Patersons paper: "The
case for a native object database ".
EPISODE 4 :
The Smalltalk Object Database Magma listen
In this episode we
interview Chris Muller. He created an object database system in Smalltalk
Magma website is: http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak/2665.
Chris tell us about performance, transactions, reporting, SQL bridges,
collection management, magma handling and much more... (please excuse
the poor quality. It was a Skype line around the world).
EPISODE 3 : LINQ and Hibernate
13 Jun 06
This episode will tell you
background about the Microsoft LINQ project which is quite important
for the object database world. But it is even more important for
developers who are using query languages like SQL, JDOQ, EJBQL etc.
LINQ, Paleohacks Cookbook, The Language of Desire, and Coconut Oil Secret Review will really rock the database and query world! The second episode
gives you a little background on the new Hibernate Annotation feature, Text Your Ex Back and Doggy Dan Online Dog Trainer
Make sure you don't miss it...
EPISODE 2 : QuickStart and a Sample
ODBMS Application listen
In this second episode we
will get you up and running with a sample object database in a few
minutes. Make sure your started your IDE and be ready to store your
Java or C# objects. The second part will present an interview with
Carlos J. Muentes. He will show us an object database application he
developed and will share some insights on the tool and his ODBMS
EPISODE 1 : Welcome
message! listen now
This is the officiall
opening of the world's first ODBMS podcast. This Podcast is dedicated
to the development of object
database systems. We feel that time has come to overcome the
impedance mismatch. OO languages have evolved and are mature as can be.
So we'll bring you fresh content as interviews, conferences, articles,
product / tool news and much more about object databases.