RavenDB is fast becoming pretty popular and 2 of the best resources I find for learning is TekPub and Pluralsight, these sites are for developer training and require you to pay for them.
Both sites offer subscriptions but Tekpub also offers the ability to pay for a single course such as the RavenDB course, which is a nice addition.
Tekpub Course Details:- Tekpub RavenDB course
“In this production, Oren Eini walks Rob through the various aspects of RavenDB – from the basics through to advanced Administrative Tasks. Along the way you’ll learn how to query with the core Lucene engine, how to index your documents for searches, backups, sharding, replication to SQL Server, and how to plug all of this in to an ASP.NET MVC application.
This series is In Production which means we are actively recording and producing content for it. Currently we have 10-12 episodes planned.”
Pluralsight Course Details:- Pluralsight RavenDB course
I have watched both courses and they are both superb and I encourage you to check them both out.
You’ve been asked to look at something new, or your just interested in learning something different, perhaps you always thought it would be cool to know something about a technology you know nothing about.
If you find yourself looking for a new job, perhaps the employers are looking for a skill you either don’t have or feel a little weaker in, brushing up or learning this new skill would be of an obvious benefit to you as individual. Maybe your just looking at a technology and want to know more about it and see what the fuss is about.
Keeping up to speed with new technologies is very important and I find the best way to do this is to use a resource such as the link below.
Check out Pluralsight for training from guys like Fritz Onion and Scott Allen or Tekpub from guys like James Avery and Rob Connery.
For a years subscription to Both it will cost you £350 all in, that’s it no – all the training you could want including updates and new content to learn. Its easy, fast, full of great content and developers can watch anytime they like.
I have subscribed to both and I recommend you or your team do too.