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Another NoSQL presentation, this time on MongoDB. This was my first run at it….hopefully will present again at Carolina Codecamp, Codestock, and MADExpo…Inshallah! As with each attempt, hopefully the style and content will get refined, we’ll see!

“...The emphasis will be primarily on the development-side as we explore how to stand up a simple data store and perform basic CRUD type operations as well as a few advanced topics. To that end, in tonight's exercise we will create a blog from scratch in ASP.NET MVC4 using MongoDB as our back end. Additionally time will be spent covering some basic NoSQL theory as it relates to MongoDB and addressing typical use-case scenarios for where best to use MongoDB.”

I've always felt that if I'm ever going to teach, there always has to be some kind of tactile learning element, esp. with software development...hence the creating a simple-blog-from-scratch example. Ironically, it took me about three times as long fighting the MVC4 framework than it did actually putting together any of the MongoDB code.

Note: You would need to become a member of TriNug (if you aren’t already) to access the .pptx slides, but the code sample is available via the link aforementioned in the comments section.

Posted on Sunday, March 24, 2013 3:23 PM | Back to top


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