I started writing small web applications in the late 90s. I came from a traditional relational database background, relying heavily on one of the most popular open source solutions, MySQL. After seeing a lot of online discussion around non-relational databases, and having talked to a number of customers looking for help with MongoDB, I knew that it was time to learn something new and get my feet wet with non-relational databases. Here are some of the steps I took and resources I used to learn MongoDB.
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on Nov. 14, 2013 by Slade Cozart