|Location:||Zynx Health Inc
10880 Wilshire Boulevard Ste. 400,
Los Angeles, CA , Los Angeles, CA
Please join other NoSQL-ers in Los Angeles, as Richard Winslow from Zynx Health will be speaking on how XML fits into the NoSQL world. From the meetup site itself:
Agile developers favor NoSQL-based architectures because they’re easy to use, they scale well and they’re less resistant to change. XML should be a prominent player in the NoSQL world because the XML ecosystem, built out over decades, offers many kinds of leverage for handling complex data that are mostly absent from the still-maturing NoSQL world. But agile developers don’t consider XML when they think about NoSQL because XML-based enterprise teams tend to use those tools in very non-agile ways, making XML seem just as brittle and resistant to change as relational databases are. This presentation makes the case for XML as a powerful NoSQL option for applications with complex data structures and business logic, and describes a set of approaches, culled from our own experiences at Zynx Health, that make XML-based development perfectly agile and competent at managing change.