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The Best of the Week (Aug. 1): NoSQL Zone

08.10.2014
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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (August 1 to 7). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. How to Implement Robust and Scalable Transactions Across Documents with MongoDB

MongoDB supports ACID at a single document level. This technique actually solves a number of transactional issues for one-to-one and some one-to-many relationships. But for other cases where data must be split, how can you deal with it?

2. Using MongoDB with Go and mgo

This presentation will give developers an introduction and practical experience of using MongoDB with the Go language. MongoDB Chief Developer Advocate & Gopher Steve Francia presents plainly what you need to know about using MongoDB with Go.

3. 6 Rules of Thumb for MongoDB Schema Design: Part 1

“I have lots of experience with SQL, but I’m just a beginner with MongoDB. How do I model a one-to-N relationship?” This is one of the more common questions I get from users attending MongoDB office hours. In this first part, I’ll talk about the three basic ways to model One-to-N relationships.

4. Awesome GitHub: The Top NoSQL Databases According to GitHub Stars

If you're curious about who comes out on top when it comes to NoSQL databases, there are a lot of differing opinions and a lot of places to look. You can check out DB-Engines or Kristof Kovacs' list, or you can just look at GitHub. That's what Memect's Awesome GitHub does.

5. Top Redis Headaches for DevOps: Replication Buffer

This series of installments will highlight some of the most irritating issues that come up when using Redis, along with tips on how to solve them. They are based on our real-life experience of running thousands of Redis database instances.