Two New Books on MongoDB with Python and Ming
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Today I'm happy to make two book-related announcements.
MongoDB with Python and Ming Book
First off, I've collected, edited, and expanded upon the the MongoDB and Python series I've been working on at Just a Little Python and released it as an eBook. MongoDB with Python and Ming is now available on Lulu as an epub and on Amazon (at MongoDB with Python and Ming). In the book, I cover the following topics:
- Using PyMongo, from installing & basic queries to the new aggregation framework
- Overview of tuning your application for the best performance under MongoDB including discussions of replication and sharding
- Using the Ming toolkit to enforce your schema in MongoDB
- Using Ming's object-document mapper (ODM) to raise the abstraction level of your MongoDB programming
- Various tips, tricks, and goodies with Ming including Mongo-in-Memory, extending the ODM, and schema migrations
MongoDB Applied Design Patterns
The second announcement is that I've agreed to write another book for O'Reilly, tentatively titled MongoDB Design Patterns. That one's not done yet, and it's still early in the authoring / publication process, but it should be available early 2013. Sadly I don't have a nice product page link to share with you yet, but I will leave you with a summary of the topics I plan to cover:
- Part 1: MongoDB Design Patterns
- Embedding versus referencing documents
- Using polymorphic schemas
- Using complex atomic updates
- Optimistic updates with compensation (in lieu of multi-document transactions)
- Part 2: Use Cases
- Operational intelligence / real-time analytics
- Content management systems
- Online advertising networks
- Social Networking
- Online Gaming
I hope that's enough to whet your appetite. Of course, the book's not finished, so if you have any other topics you'd love to see covered in such a book, I'd love to hear about it in the comments!
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