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Mongo Basics

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About this Course

MongoDB is one of the most exciting NoSQL database technologies. MongoDB's flexible structure speeds development and allows teams to produce robust applications more quickly. 

In this course students will learn how MongoDB works conceptually and how to interact with the database through its shell application.


What you'll learn

  • mongodb
  • nosql
  • documents
  • collections
  • records

Getting Started With MongoDB

How does MongoDB work? How does it compare to other Databases? Why should you use MongoDB? Who else is using it? In this stage, you'll get a strong conceptual over view of MongoDB. Additionally, we'll get Mongo installed on your computer and ready to start playing with data.

Understanding MongoDB

In this stage, we'll talk more deeply about how to model data in a document database. We'll also load our sample data set into Mongo so we can get started working with a full data set!

Working With Collections

Collections are how you organize records into ‘categories’ in Mongo. We already talked about how collections are similar to tables in SQL data stores. In this stage we’ll talk about how to manage your Mongo collections with delete operations, and index operations. Additionally, we'll look at how to query collections.

Go Further With Mongo

In a typical application, one of the most common things you’ll do is update existing data. While records are created only once and sometimes they are deleted, they might be updated hundreds or thousands of times! In this stage, we’ll go over a couple of patterns for updating data from the mongo shell. Additionally, we'll look at the most common way developers use MongoDB in their app - with language drivers.

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Trail Period:
14 Days