Udemy - Learn MongoDB 3 0 and Rapidly Develop Scalable Applications

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    Udemy - Learn MongoDB 3.0 and Rapidly Develop Scalable Applications
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 59 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 1 Hours | 119 MB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Become a better developer with this complete intro to MongoDB, the most popular NoSQL Database around

    Just Launched! Special promo price for a few days!

    Additional content in the works, then price goes up.

    Do you want to quickly build web applications without the hassles of SQL?

    Are you tired of unscalable back ends and messing about with fixed schemas?

    Building web applications quickly has never been easier, thanks to MongoDB. Its flexible schema and document-oriented nature make MongoDB the most developer-friendly database in existence, allowing you to quickly prototype an application and scale to huge numbers of users.

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    That's why MongoDB is the most popular NoSQL database in existence, used by the likes of Craigslist, eBay, Foursquare, and The New York Times.

    In this course you'll get a practical intro to MongoDB. We'll use a fun learning approach with great examples. By following along you will quickly and effortlessly be up to speed with MongoDB and you'll become a more complete developer.
    What are the requirements?

    Ability to program in any language (we'll use some basic javascript)
    Familiarity with the command line would be useful but not strictly necessary
    A desire to learn!

    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 17 lectures and 48 mins of content!
    Use MongoDB comfortably
    Install and run the MongoDB server and client
    Use the Mongo console
    Perform CRUD operations
    Construct complex queries
    Rapidly prototype using MongoDB
    Design Scalable Databases

    What is the target audience?

    Web Developers looking to broaden their skill set
    Programmers wanting to learn something new
    Junior Developers wanting to learn about data storage
    Engineering students
    Software Entrepreneurs




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