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Winter Codecamp in Cluj-Napoca, December 10, 2014

Codecamp is back in Cluj-Napoca with a new free event. You should pin on the map December 10, 2014. Why? Because we are preparing a great event where we will talk about SQL and NoSQL solutions.
The event will take place at United Business Center (near Iulius Mall) and is supported by Endava. If you want to participate to this event, please register using the fallowing link 
The agenda for event can be found below:

Attendee Registration (Cofee Time)

Database-as-a-Service - how to fire your DBA and deploy new databases quickly, securely, and cheaply
Silviu Niculiță
Let's see if DBaaS lives up to all the hype as we review the major players in the marketplace, and as we take a closer look at Microsoft's own offering in this space.
Coffe Time and Socialization Time

DocumentDB - Another NoSQL Solution for cloud infrastructure
Radu Vunvulea
This is a session where we will discuss what is DocumentDB and why we should start looking to full-managed NoSQL solutions. We will explore this service, interact with resources that are available and learn what are the unique features that are offered by this NoSQL solution. Be prepared for a session where JavaScript and JSON are feel likes home on Microsoft environment.
Socialization Time


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