Posts Tagged “MongoDB”

What Is MongoDB and Why I Want To Learn It.

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I recently decided to commit to learning MongoDB. I’ve noticed comparisons between SQL and NoSQL databases online, and although one is not necessarily better than the other as both serve different purposes, I decided that it would be beneficial to me as a full stack developer to know both as it is part of the MEAN stack. So last week I signed up for MongoDB’s MongoDB Basics course. It is a 3-week course that teaches you how to use Compass (the MongoDB GUI), the document model and schema design, the MongoDB query language and how to use Atlas (their hosted database as a service).

My ultimate goal is to become a MongoDB Certified Developer Associate. This post is my public commitiment to my timeline below and to acheiving my goal!

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