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Monday
Jul172017

Announcing dbKoda!

I'm very excited to announce the release of dbKoda - a next generation database development and administration tool now available for MongoDB.

Those who've been following me know that I've been working with databases since the early Mesozoic period and I've worked in database tooling for almost two decades.

Working with next generation databases like MongoDB has been a lot of fun, but did make me realise how much need there is for a strong tooling ecosystem around these new databases.  I like to think that I made significant contributions to tooling for relational databases and had a strong desire to build something for post-relational systems.

Consequently, late last year I founded the company Southbank Software and this week we launched our first product - dbKoda (www.dbKoda.com).

dbKoda is a modern, open source database development tool.  The first release targets MongoDB.   It is a 100% Javascript application which runs on Linux, Mac or Windows.  It features a rich editing environment with syntax highlighting, code completion and formatting.  It also offers easy graphical access to common MongoDB administration and configuration tasks.

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I'm really excited about dbKoda - I hope that it will become the foundation for a product family that will support modern database development across a wide range of environments.   And working closely with the small team of brilliant dbKoda developers has been an absolute privilege.

Checkout the dbKoda website and download dbKoda here.  You can also checkout an introductory video on dbKoda.   Please also follow dbKoda on https://twitter.com/db_Koda.

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