Browsing archives for February, 2012

RavenDB: Deleting all documents

ASP.NET MVC,RavenDB 20 February 2012 | 2 Comments

I often see people ask “how can I delete all documents?” or “how can I delete all documents of type Foo?” this post is mainly so I can paste a link to it for those who keep asking me. Use the RavenDB Management studio: Deleting a whole collection: Introduced in the newer versions of RavenDB, […]

AppHarbor’s new pricing, a possible startup opportunity?

AppHarbor,Cloud 7 February 2012 | 3 Comments

In my two previous blog posts on AppHarbor, I’ve whined about them not supporting or caring about a few particular scenarios. These scenarios mainly fall into the “I love AppHarbors features but my site is small/low traffic/doesn’t make money” and this got me thinking. There are now going to be lots of grumpy .NET developers […]

AppHarbor’s new pricing, what I would have done

AppHarbor,Cloud 4 February 2012 | 1 Comment

As per my previous post on AppHarbor’s new pricing structure and charging each application $10 for a custom domain, several ideas have been swirling around in my head (most of them I posted to their announcement in the comments). Option 1: Reduce the free ride The free instance (now called a worker) and application of […]

AppHarbor’s new pricing is a turn off

AppHarbor,Cloud 4 February 2012 | 1 Comment

I woke up yesterday morning to see a flood of people Retweeting AppHarbor’s announcement that they have updated their pricing. Interested I read it through on my phone, my face turned white as I realised, I’ve just given a presentation last week in which AppHarbor’s free tier got people’s attention. Why I think its a […]