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MongoDB gets a lot of press because it is considered the easiest NoSQL database to understand when transitioning from a relational database background. This is due to support for relational features such as secondary indexes, explain plans and ad hoc queries. Despite this relative ease of adoption, MongoDB still represents a significant change in the way data is stored, modified and retrieved. I wanted to learn more so purchased this book as it promised to be written for developers with no MongoDB or NoSQL experience.

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