The Little MongoDB Book

The Little MongoDB Book

A concise introduction to MongoDB, covering primary topics. Essential for relational database developers playing around or making a switch to MongoDB.

Publication date: 01 Jan 2016

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The Little MongoDB Book

The Little MongoDB Book A concise introduction to MongoDB, covering primary topics. Essential for relational database developers playing around or making a switch to MongoDB.
Tag(s): Document-oriented Database
Publication date: 01 Jan 2016
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Admin's (very short) Review:

One question from relational database developers when they hear about MongoDB is "What is MongoDB?", and "Why should I bother with it?" (Okay, two questions). This book will answer these questions for busy RDBMS developers and admins. It shows what is MongoDB, what makes MongoDB different from a RDBMS, and what kind scenarios would be best solved with MongoDB. If you are trying to decide wether to make a dip or a jump to MongoDB, then this book is for you.




About The Author(s)


Karl Seguin is a developer at Epocal Corporation, a former Microsoft MVP, a member of the influential CodeBetter.com community and an editor for DotNetSlackers. He has written numerous articles and is an active member of various Microsoft public newsgroups. He lives in Ottawa, Ontario Canada.

Karl Seguin

Karl Seguin is a developer at Epocal Corporation, a former Microsoft MVP, a member of the influential CodeBetter.com community and an editor for DotNetSlackers. He has written numerous articles and is an active member of various Microsoft public newsgroups. He lives in Ottawa, Ontario Canada.


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