TutsPlus - Getting Started with MongoDB - Part 1
English | mov | H264 1152x720 | AAC 2 ch 96 kbps | 45 min | 513 MB
Instructor: Matthew Setter | Difficulty: Intermediate
Genre: eLearning, MongoDB
Ready to get in and start learning about MongoDB, of the coolest technologies for web developers?

In this new series, you'll go from beginner to pro and be able to use Mongo just as easily as MySQL in your web apps. But first, let's look at the basics.

In object-oriented development, we're encouraged to approach code development through logical models, so that we can more readily conceptualise it in our mind. When we do this, we're better able discern the logical operations used to interact with it and information that it would contain at different times.
What if you could store the programmatic models almost exactly like you model them? What if you could store them as they are instead of in a series of rows in tables? By learning about MongoDB, you're going to be able to do just that!
In this series, we'll be learning everything from the basics of MongoDb, such as creating, updating and deleting databases and records, to being able to perform complex searches for data and elementary data mining with MapReduce. So, without much ado - let's get started!

Note: This tutorial is d from the perspective of NIX based system a la Mac OSX, Linux BSD and so on. But you should be able to follow along if you're running Windows pretty well as there are builds for most platforms.

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