Tags » Mongodb

Sample project using Spring Boot and MongoDB(Fongo) and test repository with NoSqlUnit

Hi, this is the initial post of a series where i’ll be publishing some samples showing how to work with MongoDB documents with Java.
This post sample consists on a project that uses spring-boot with spring-data-mongo repository, Fongo(an in-memory mongodb representation) and NoSqlUnit – a helper library for tests. 81 more words

Java

The State of NoSQL Database Hacks with Cryptzone's Jason Garbis (Podcast)

On January 6, I received a notice that over 10,000 MongoDB databases have been deleted by various groups of hackers over the last few days, confirming today’s security models are broken. 310 more words

Podcasts

Ruby Developer | Fashion E-commerce Platform | London | £60,000

Ruby Developer | Fashion E-commerce Platform | London | £60,000

Our client, an award winning fashion e-commerce platform, is looking for a Ruby Developer.

This is a great opportunity to join an exciting fast growing business expanding from 40 staff to more than 100 by the end of 2017. 151 more words

Live Jobs

MongoDB Ransomware is being sold online

When we initially covered it, around 10,500 systems had been compromised. That number rather swiftly soared to almost 30,000, as the number of hacking groups targeting MongoDB increased exponentially.

http://thenextweb.com/insider/2017/01/19/mongodb-ransomware-sold-online/

Programming

Olympics App (MEAN)

Following a screencast on CodeSchool I built a web app using the MEAN stack.

The MEAN stands for MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js and Node.js which are 4 core technologies that, together, allow you to create clean, flexible and scaleable web apps using JavaScript. 67 more words

Javascript

MongoDb with Spring Data

Using spring-data to access MongoDB in Java is quite interesting since the primary goal of Spring Data project is to make it easier to use and it does :) 1,004 more words

Java

PolyAnno: Verification

This is part of my series of posts about the PolyAnno project – more here

Qualifications vs Wisdom of the Crowd?

The methodology by which we verify which transcriptions and translations are “most correct” was/is a huge design problem.

2,098 more words
Technology