Today is the second post in the six post series. We are going to learn about CRUD operation: Creating Objects in MongoDB.
I am going to discuss the Fundamentals of MongoDB. Today is the first post in the six post series. We are going to learn about getting started with MongoDB.
I have recently build a Video Course at Foundations of Document Databases with MongoDB focusing on helping users to get started with MongoDB.
Here is the story of my latest weekend experiments. Those who know me are familiar that I try to do something new every weekend and post my experience over here. Earlier this week, I published my course on MySQL Backup and Recovery. After doing this course, I realize that everything I had covered in the course was related to native MySQL backup, but there should be some solution outside which caters to the larger need of MySQL Backup. Additionally, I found that taking backup with MySQL is hit and miss as well as there is no systemic reporting there. I decided to do some research on my own on the internet. I tried out various tools, softwares and quite a few third party plug-ins.