Every month, we’ll be publishing the best community blog posts from the month. Here is the digest for July:
- Mike O’Brien, node.js and python engineer at 10gen, wrote an overview of tips and tricks for using mongo, the MongoDB shell
- Jesse Jiryu Davis published an overview of Motor, the Asynchronous python driver for MongoDB.
- Kristina Chodorow wrote an overview of Shard Tagging, a new feature in the 2.2.0 series.
- Juhi Bhatia, a member of the Pune MongoDB User Group, wrote an article on how she improved on her Schema Design for Entrib’s EMG PaaS.
- Tobias Trelle, organizer of the Dusseldorf MongoDB User group, published a post on using GridFS with Spring Data.
- Rick Copeland wrote an overview of the Ming toolkit for Python with tips on how it can accelerate your development.
- Stephen Bronstein shared some tactics in continuous deployment in his blog post on Feature flipping with MongoDB and Node.js.
- 10gen interns, Samantha Ritter and Kaushal Parikh released their log visualization tool, Edda.
- Database as a service company ObjectRocket launched their blog with the post In Memory MongoDB concurrency testing on ObjectRocket
- Comsysto’s Johannes Brandstetter showcased how to use MongoDB to create a real-time Twitter Heatmap using MongoDB’s capped collections.
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