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We are running another set of full day RavenDB Workshops. During the month of June we’ll run workshop in: London, UK São Paolo, Brazil Chicago, USA We are now running with the early bird discount, so I suggest early registration.
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Sometimes you need a "collection of collections." Don't write ugly code to do that -- the Lookup object will create that collection for you in a heartbeat.
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