ActiveRecord is the ORM that powers Ruby on Rails, one of the most popular web app frameworks. What went into supporting ActiveRecord in CockroachDB?
This blog post outlines how CockroachDB executes queries and shares Cockroach Labs' vision for future work on distributed processing.
CockroachDB 1.0 was built to be production-ready with an OLTP use case in mind.
Join the Cockroach Labs founders for an unscripted Q&A about the dirty details building 1.0 and in how they achieve consensus across three co-founders.
Launching CockroachDB 1.0, a production-ready release with distributed SQL and multi-active availability in two tiers: CockroachDB Core and CockroachDB Enterprise.
Detailing the challenges of implementing Unicode collation in CockroachDB, a standard for ordering strings in ways our users around the world expect.
CockroachDB supports many popular ORMs, which makes developing applications fast and easy. This post details how to use the Java ORM Hibernate with CockroachDB.
We are excited to announce the newly minted CockroachDB User Groups. We are kicking off our user groups April 4th and 5th, with inaugural events in New York City and San Francisco respectively.
The apd package replaces the underlying implementation of the DECIMAL type in CockroachDB and is available for anyone to fork and use.
Here’s what we’ve learned from doing the same study twice, and why the second one was a lot more effective.