Getting Non-Relational with MongoDB 3.86


MongoDB is an open-source, high-performance, schema-free, document-oriented database. The goal of the MongoDB project is to bridge the functionality gap between a key/value store and a traditional RDBMS. There is a native Ruby driver for MongoDB, as well as several open-source projects providing additional support for using MongoDB from Ruby.

This talk will introduce MongoDB and discuss some of the reasons why MongoDB might be the right choice for your project. It will include an overview of MongoDB as well as detailed examples using MongoDB in Ruby. Questions and discussion will be encouraged throughout the presentation.

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Photo_2 Tony Pitale, 21 Nov 08:59 PM

The talk did exactly what it said it would. The delivery was solid and smooth. Mike did a good job of answering some questions. I kind of wish that there was more insight in the talk to some of the more advanced features of Mongo and so I encourage throwing some examples into the talk.

Stream.15248 kevwil, 22 Nov 12:56 AM

Very solid talk and great content.

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