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==== March 27th: Scotland on Rails, Edinburgh, Scotland ====
Alexander Lang compares all available CouchDB Ruby Libraries.

 * [[http://upstream-berlin.com/langalex_couchdb_sor09.pdf|Slides]]
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==== August 17th: BARcamp Chicago, USA ====
Scott Beatty presents an introduction to CouchDB, for developers.

 * [[http://www.sbeattyconsulting.com/blog/?p=18|Details]]
 * [[http://www.sbeattyconsulting.com/download/3/Intro-CouchDB-20080817-1.pdf|Slides]]
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 * [[http://blog.racklabs.com/?p=71|Details]]
 * Video [[http://video.yahoo.com/watch/2278623/7162319|Part One]] and [[http://video.yahoo.com/watch/2278711/7162483|Part Two]]

We have a new wiki. The migration is not 100% complete. You can help out by moving pages across. This wiki will exist for as long as there are pages left.

The official documentation has moved to http://docs.couchdb.org — The transition is not 100% complete, but http://docs.couchdb.org should be seen as having the latest info. In some cases, the wiki still has some more or older info on certain topics inside CouchDB.

You need to be added to the ContributorsGroup to edit the wiki. But don't worry! Just email any Mailing List or grab us on IRC and let us know your user name.


May 14th: Brazil, Ceará, Fortaleza

Henrique Gogó lightning talk about CouchDB on BrazilJS 2011


May 3rd: Portugal, Lisbon, Caixa Mágica Software

Filipe David Manana talks about Apache CouchDB

February 27th: University Limerick, Limerick, Ireland

David Coallier gives an introduction to CouchDB

CouchDB VS. MongoDB

This presentation compares the two data stores Map/Reduce functionality.


October 21st: FOSS4G, Sydney, Australia

Volker Mische introduces CouchDB and its applicability for geodata.

March 27th: ApacheCon EU, Amsterdam, Netherlands

J. Chris Anderson and Jan Lehnardt introduce CouchDB and talk about deploying CouchDB to the edge.


Deploying CouchDB to the Edge:

March 20th: Last.fm, London, UK

J. Chris Anderson and Jan Lehnardt give an intro to CouchDB to the Last.fm crew

March 5th: Hadoop Get Together Berlin, Germany

Jan Lehnardt presents CouchDB in 20 minutes


November 13th: Sapo Codebits, Lisbon, Portugal

Jan Lehnardt presents CouchDB

September 16th: Arc90, New York City

J. Chris Anderson presents CouchDB intro, standalone applications, and internals to developers in NYC. The same talk was also given at Columbia University the next day.

August 27th: BBC, London, UK

Jan Lehnardt presents CouchDB to BBC web developers.

June 27th: Erlang eXchange, London, UK

Jan Lehnardt presents CouchDB to the Erlang community.

May 8th: XTech, Dublin, Ireland

Jan Lehnardt shows CouchDB from 10.000 feet.

March 17th: Racklabs Tech Talk, Blacksburg, VA, USA

Jan Lehnardt explains CouchDB from cover to cover.

March 6th: O'Reilly ETech, San Diego, CA, USA

Damien Katz & Jan Lehnardt give a high-level overview about CouchDB.

March 1st:LinuxTage, Chemnitz, Germany

Jan Lehnardt shows off what makes CouchDB so cool. This one is in German.

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