On Jul 18 Matt Keranen wrote: Good reference for specific topics
I am a fan of short books to be used as quick references, and this one fits this criteria. Have a question? Find the matching topic, and get a concise answer with examples in a few pages. Full Review  >

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On Jun 19 Khaled Alhourani wrote: Good tips, from a respectful MongoDB developer
This book is not a beginner book for MongoDB, for that you should read MongoDB: The Definitive Guide. The book is all about tips & tricks, numbered from 1 to 50. The author Kristina Chodorow is a respectful MongoDB developer, she is the maintainer of PHP & Python drivers for MongoDB. Full Review  >

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On May 27 John Brady wrote: 50 Tips & Tricks for MongoDB Developers
50 Tips & Tricks for MongoDB Developers is a new offering from O’Reilly in the shorter (66 pages in the ebook format) but more current format they seem to have recently adopted. The audience for the book is described as those who know the basics of MongoDB, but need to… Full Review  >

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On May 17 Rob Dawson wrote: MongoDB Food for Thought
The book 50 Tips and Tricks for MongoDB Developers, provides some good food for thought relating to the tradeoffs when working with document stores in general and MongoDB in particular. Full Review  >

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