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The Top 10 Articles of 2013: NoSQL Zone

01.05.2014
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Rather than the best of the week this week, let's take a look at the most popular articles NoSQL had to offer in 2013. Note that not all of these articles were actually published in 2013; regardless, some were popular enough for months after publication that they still made the list. Here are the top ten:

1. 5 Things a Java Developer Should Consider This Year 

2. F*** MongoDB, F*** Node.js, and F*** You! 

3. Martin Fowler's Introduction to NoSQL 

4. Installing Apache Cassandra on Ubuntu  

5. 16 Graph Databases Compared 

6. What Happened to the Buzz Around NoSQL?

7. MongoDB Full Text Search - Finally!

8. You Definitely Shouldn't Use MongoDB

9. Why I Said Goodbye to MongoDB

10. Creating Your First Java Application with Cassandra