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MongoDB, build parties, and deploying your web application at 11am on a Wednesday

May 12 • Posted 1 year ago

This is a guest post by Sean Reilly. Release your applications with MongoDB more often and get closer to the ultimate goal of deploying applications anytime and why not at 11am on Wednesday mornings?

What you will learn…

This article explores how to make use of MongoDB characteristics in order to avoid the downtime traditionally required by migration scripts in the SQL world. This is in order to get closer to the goal of being able to deploy applications with no downtime.

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The MEAN Stack: MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js

Apr 30 • Posted 1 year ago

By Valeri Karpov, Kernel Tools engineer at MongoDB and and co-founder of the Ascot Project

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked me for help with PostgreSQL. As someone who’s been blissfully SQL-­free for a year, I was quite curious to find out why he wasn’t just using MongoDB instead. It turns out that he thinks MongoDB is too difficult to use for a quick weekend hack, and this couldn’t be farther from the truth. I just finished my second 24 hour hackathon using Mongo and NodeJS (the FinTech Hackathon co­sponsored by 10gen) and can confidently say that there is no reason to use anything else for your next hackathon or REST API hack.

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