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  • joly 4:01 am on 05/23/2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , database, , noSQL. Peter Bell,   

    VIDEO: Trends in Database Technologies – Peter Bell #nosql @nytechcouncil 

    On May 2 2013 New York Technology Council (NYTECH) and the CUNY Institute for Software Design and Development (CISDD) presented ‘Trends in Database Technologies‘ at CUNY Graduate Center NYC. Over the last few years we’ve seen a range of NoSQL stores from MongoDB to Cassandra to Neo4j break the traditional dominance of relational databases. In this talk hackNY Evangelist Peter Bell discusses the evolving use cases for the four main types of NoSQL data stores and then looks at the next big thing in databases – immutable data stores like diatomic. Video is below.

    View on YouTube: http://youtu.be/iH9CjZrg6PU
    Transcribe on AMARA: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/OTf1xwxMCOys/

  • joly 10:34 pm on 04/20/2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , database, , ,   

    Open Source Database Licensing Panel – NYC 4/21 

    The Institute for Information Law & Policy and the International
    Intellectual Property Society present: Open Source Database Licensing

    Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2010
    Time: 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Location: NY Law School 185 West Broadway NYC Room W201
    RSVP: Naomi Allen at naomi.allen*at*nyls.edu. Refreshments will be served.

    Database owners are increasingly seeking ways to make their data
    available so that others can contribute to and build on their work. This
    “open data” movement emphasizes the importance of sharing data for both
    scientific development and humanitarian response. The willingness of
    database owners to make their data available for re-use depends on their
    ability to impose conditions on that release, which requires
    consideration of the varying levels of copyright protection afforded to
    databases across jurisdictions.

    Please join us for a panel presentation focusing on the challenges
    associated with balancing the advantages of “open data” with the need
    for database owners to impose conditions on release. The speakers will
    address the current state of copyright protection afforded to databases
    and strategies for encouraging database sharing.

    Janelle C. Bonanno, Graduate Research Fellow, New York Law School
    Christopher Cotter 3L, New York Law School
    Rachel DeLetto, Graduate Research Fellow, New York Law School
    Cynthia Grady 2L, New York Law School
    Chris Holmes, The Open Planning Project; Chair, Project Steering Committee, GeoServer
    Molly Beutz Land, Associate Professor of Law, New York Law School
    James Vasile, Software Freedom Law Center; Board Member, Open Source Matters

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