Benjamin Zale


Benjamin has more than 10 years experience in .Net development. He currently works at HomeNet Automotive, helping dealers advertise their inventory by solving their big data problems. Prior to joining HomeNet, Benjamin has worked in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, and defense industries focusing on data storage and analysis. When Benjamin is not writing software, he enjoys cycling faster than he probably should.

Couchbase for .Net Developers

Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 at 8:30 am in

One of the challenges of developing a large-scale data operation is the reliable and rapid storage of large quantities of data. Couchbase Server is a distributed NoSQL database designed for performance, scalability, and availability. Unlike other NoSQL solutions, Couchbase supports the SQL query language N1QL.

This session is for beginners who want to learn about NoSql databases and the best practices. In addition I will discuss lessons learned during the implementation of these tools. Attendees will gain the knowledge necessary for assessing Couchbase as a solution to their large data needs.

Couchbase: It’s Web Scale

Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 3:00 pm in

One of the challenges of developing a large-scale data operation is the reliable and rapid storage of large quantities of data. Couchbase Server is a distributed NoSQL database designed for performance, scalability, and availability. Unlike other NoSQL solutions, Couchbase supports the SQL query language N1QL.

In this session, I will demonstrate the features of Couchbase Server and demonstrate how to use the Couchbase SDK with ASP. In addition I will discuss lessons learned during the implementation of these tools. Attendees will gain the knowledge necessary for assessing Couchbase as a solution to their large data needs.