Data structures with Couchbase and .NET (video)

April 06, 2017 mgroves 0 Comments
Tags: couchbase couchbase server c# .net

This is a repost that originally appeared on the Couchbase Blog: Data structures with Couchbase and .NET (video).

In February, I wrote a blog about using data structures with .NET (and .NET Core): List, Queue, and Dictionary.

Now, I’ve created a video to show the same concepts in action.

How to use Couchbase Data Structures with .NET

The source code used in this video is available on GitHub. Note that the source code uses .NET Core, but this should work just the same in .NET.

Thanks for watching!

If you have any questions about Couchbase and .NET, please ask away in the Couchbase .NET Forums. Also check out the Couchbase Developer Portal for more information on the .NET SDK and Couchbase in general.

You can also contact me at Twitter @mgroves.

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Matthew D. Groves lives in Central Ohio. He works remotely, loves to code, and is a Microsoft MVP.

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