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The Best of the Week (Nov. 22): NoSQL Zone

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The Best of the Week (Nov. 22): NoSQL Zone

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Make sure you didn't miss anything with this list of the Best of the Week in the NoSQL Zone (Nov. 22 to Nov. 28). Here they are, in order of popularity:

1. The 10 Most Popular DB Engines: NoSQL Catching up to RDBMS

You may have heard from Lukas Eder last week about the first part of this report on the top 10 most popular database engines, but this week, DB-Engines has published a deeper analysis of the original data, complete with charts and graphs to clarify some points about the original data

2. Why I Never Blame Open Source Projects

Every now and then the author gets to read someone’s bad thought towards a given open-source framework. When he started programming, it was Struts. Then people started blaming Hibernate, and recently, MongoDB. But if there is someone to blame, it’s usually us, not the frameworks we use.

3. Redis 2.8.0 Released

Salvatore Sanfilippo, creator of Redis, announced on Friday the release of Redis 2.8.0. Sanfilippo posted his announcement to the Redis DB Google group, along with a description of the new features in the 2.8.0 release, and some supporting information.

4. How to Migrate Magento to MongoDB

This set of slides discusses how to migrate Magento - a popular open-source eCommerce platform that works with mySQL by default - to MongoDB.

5. Neo4j 2.0: New Features and Breaking Changes

The next major version of Neo4j has been under development for almost a year now, and the first Release Candidate build is now available. In this article, you'll find an overview of the new features and changes in Neo4j 2.0.

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