February 16, 2010

Posted by John

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Obligatory Welcome Post

Tonight, as my wife watched the Olympics and I read through some tweets, I realized that I wanted to post more about MongoDB. I decided that it did not make sense to flood RailsTips with Mongo information, so with much thanks to Harmony, I cranked out this RailsTips clone dedicated to all things Mongo.

Mongo is a very special database and there is a lot of great stuff happening around it. I promise to collect all that hotness and post it here in an easy to digest format, so you do not have to do all the work. Sounds perfect, right?

With that in mind, I’ll leave you with a few of my favorite posts in the Mongo ecosystem to enjoy until there is more.

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  1. Hi John,
    I am excited for the new mongotips blog. Wish you all the best. Ever since I heard about MongoDB and document based db in general, I was trying to find out how will this type of database fit in any of projects.

    I am currently working on an open dictionary project for an extinct language (similar to latin) and I am wondering if that will be the type of project that will fit a document based db better than a relational one. And why?


  2. Peter Min Peter Min

    Mar 14, 2010

    Hello John, thank you very much for putting this together. (:

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