CouchDB Development Services
Searching for a CouchDB consultant for your project? You clearly came to the proper place. “EchoUA” provides IT staffing services and project based development. We gladly help you to get the proper dev or a team for remote collaboration. All our coders are accomplished experts experienced in creating tailored products using the latest technologies, including COUCHDB, Google Glass, Microsoft, React, AWS, Protractor, Kohana, Requirejs, Java, Concrete5, Chrome Extension. You can also choose us as a CouchDB development company and outsource full-cycle development services to us.
OUR ADVANTAGES :
- Selected Ukrainian programmers with more than 5 yrs of business experience.
- Staff retention leading standards to make sure your programmers stay contented.
- Professional account managers to maintain smooth cooperation.
- Clear model with simple bi-weekly invoicing.
We help you accelerate your plans by preparing reliable CouchDB developers who can contribute to your forces and instantly start delivering five-star service. Contact us and look over the CVs of candidates available for work right now. Also, you can read “CouchDB Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 CouchDB Programmers in February 2018
1 Alex O.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Ruby, MySQL, NoSQL (CouchDB), JS (Ember)
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2 Olga K.,Age: 26, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: Java, JS (jQuery), MySQL, NoSQL (CouchDB)
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3 Dmytro O.,Age: 31, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Python, NoSQL (CouchDB)
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4 Alexander D.,Age: 26, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: PHP, PHP (Symfony), Team Lead, Tech Lead, CTO, NoSQL (CouchDB)
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5 Vladyslav K.,Age: 25, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: Python, Bootstrap, Python (Django), NoSQL (CouchDB)
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Questions and Answers related to CouchDB Development
“NoSQL in general is a hard concept to grasp when you come of years of SQL Relational databases. Before SQL there was flat file and file-base systems like FoxPro, Access, Dbase, etc. Jumping to a client/server wasn’t too hard. However, going from SQL to NoSQL has some challenges. First,you get a hold of the basic NoSQL concept. Usually you turn to MongoDB, Parse and/or Firebase…”
“Big Couch provides a Dynamo-style scaling layer for CouchDB, which in practice scales about as well as Cassandra, Riak, or HBase. I hope BigCouch will be rolling into trunk, but even before that happens, it is a viable option for large-scale CouchDB deployment…”
“Damien Katz, who invented CouchDB, talked about this back in 2009. He later famously left CouchDB and criticized Erlang. I agree with this, and would also note that CouchDB isn’t a perfect fit for Erlang. It was by no means a bad choice back in 2005, and the reason cited by Katz —that he could get something to work reliably with relatively little effort—is certainly a very strong one, especially when you are burning through your own savings.”
“The largest production deployment is probably the LHC – Why Large Hadron Collider Scientists are Using CouchDB. The BBC have a pretty big CouchDB cluster, which they use mostly as a replicated key-value store. It’s used by their new identity platform which includes customisation features for iPlayer. BBC is using it in a limited way, so that’s probably not “largest” in terms of data volume.”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.