Bridging two worlds:

An introduction to document-relational databases

Kirk Kirkconnell

ex-Sr. Developer Advocate
Amazon DynamoDB

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Ever wondered what would happen if the agility of NoSQL document databases married and had kids with the rigors of relational databases? Documents, but with foreign keys and JOINs. Schema enforcement, but with multi-Region and multi-active but strongly consistent ACID transactions. All wrapped up into a serverless, API-driven database designed for developers and CI/CD. Let’s dive into document-relational databases, exploring how one can offer what we hoped NoSQL would but has missed the mark for so many.

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About the Speaker

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Kirk Kirkconnell

ex-Sr. Developer Advocate
Amazon DynamoDB

We are thrilled to host an exceptional speaker who brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our event. Kirk is a seasoned database aficionado who specializes in guiding code developers and architects through the intricate world of serverless development with databases using premier cloud services and edge compute platforms. With a passion for detail that’s reflected in his writing style, Kirk crafts informative blogs and videos with the aim to serve as resources for the tech community. When he’s not immersed in the digital realm, he embraces the tranquility of his island home through hobbies that range from woodworking to farming, forestry to photography, and writing to painting. All of which feeds into his professional ethos of innovation and meticulous craftsmanship. We are excited to have him share his insights and inspire our audience at our upcoming event.

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