And yes, you can have Lucas at your user group/meetup as well. He is not only speaking on Foxx and ArangoDB, but also on Guacamole, an ORM for Rails, and also on “NoSQL and Domain Driven Design”. You can easily contact Lucas via twitter or send an e-mail to hackers at arangodb.com.
Hey Phil 🙂 It was nice to meet you, too! I really like the meetup 🙂 Glad to hear that you liked ArangoDB and that you want to try it out! The Rails gem I talked about briefly can be found [here](http://guacamolegem.org). If you have any questions, please feel free to send me an email (lucas at this domain 😉 )
It could be my honor to meet you as I am using arangoDB in my project.
But as I am off-shore (sitting in a different origin), please do help me in some minor problems i am facing. Thank you
Great to hear that you are using ARangoDB. Could you post your issue either at stackoverflow, the ArangoDB group or if it’s secret to hackers at arangodb.org? We are happy to help you if we can! 🙂
The main thing I need is “Nodes and its implementation” (whole infra-structure) on how the Huge (Monster) databases are handled.
Please provide me some good material because there is a lot of things for me in ArangoDB which i still want to learn. Thank you.
Are you saying you plan an application with a HUGE database in a sharded environment and need some information how this is implemented in ArangoDB?
Exactly. I have created a sort of social networking app(mobile version also). I want to implement in ArangoDB. Which is pretty neat for me.
we have this whitepaper: http://www.arangodb.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/ArangoDB_Whitepaper_Sharding.pdf – for further questions please use the group/stackoverflow as mentioned above 🙂