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Video: MongoDB Memory Mechanics & MongoDB 2.8 (MUG Madrid)

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MongoDB User Group Madrid presenta…

[00:08] MongoDB Memory Mechanics por Ricardo Lorenzo (Support Engineer Dublin)
[31:43] MongoDB 2.8 por Ramón Fernandez (Kernel Engineer NYC)

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Need to wrangle SQL, NoSQL data? Espresso Logic says it can help

Espresso Logic, which offers a backend service to help businesses connect applications with SQL data sources, is adding NoSQL to the mix with new support for MongoDB — as well as support for Salesforce.com and Microsoft Dynamics business applications coming soon. 364 more words

CRITs use of MongoDB and starting automatically on Ubuntu

I recently was playing around with CRITs and followed their installation instructions closely (VERY HARD).  They could use some better install scripts to make things smoothly, but what do you expect from a community project. 393 more words

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“Count” and “Count Distinct” Queries in MongoDB

For the following examples, assume that you have a database that includes four records that include the following fields and values:

{ "_id" : ObjectId("54936…dd0c"), "last_name" : "smith", "first_name" : "mike" } …

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HCL Infosystems partners with MongoDB to advance Big Data Offerings

MongoDB and HCL Infosystems have announced a global partnership which will allow HCL Infosystems to further broaden its solution offerings in the emerging big data segment by developing services around MongoDB.  40 more words

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Part 2: BUILDING MONGODB APPLICATIONS WITH BINARY FILES USING GRIDFS

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In part 1 we looked at some of the use cases that are appropriate for GridFS. In this post we take a closer look at how GridFS works and how you can use it in your apps. 124 more words

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MONGODB VS SQL: DAY 30

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Welcome back to our blog series comparing building an application with MongoDB versus building the same application with SQL. Today, we’re going to switch gears a little bit and talk about rapid application development (RAD), specifically using Python as an example. 136 more words

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