MongoDB For Absolute Beginners
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Become an expert from ground up in MongoDB with this carefully structured course!
MongoDB is a NoSQL database program. It uses JSON like documents with Schemata. This contributes to the ability of MongoDB to function perfectly on a tiny RAM. MongoDB proves to be fast running as well when compared to other DBMSs (Database Management Software). MongoDB is also highly flexible and for companies that are considering scaling their businesses, MongoDB is an excellent choice for a database. Because of its ability to handle a gigantic quantity of data, it can be used in teams comprising a vast number of people.
MongoDB is simple to use but still considered immensely powerful along with being able to solve the general issues of load–balancing, storing and indexing.
The evidence of MongoDB’s ability lies in its list of clients. Some of those big names are IBM, GAP, Urban Outfitters, eBay, Google, MTV, Uber and many more.
What makes this course so valuable?
MongoDB’s popularity continues to grow across the world as more and more people are realizing its benefits. So, consequentially, resources for learning and understanding MongoDB are on high demand.
If you are a beginner in MongoDB, this course will help you figure out the fundamentals of MongoDB. Mainly users struggle with understanding the terms associated with it. This course is particularly helpful for that.
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Juan M Gomez –
Very well explained
Stephen Zerk –
Would prefer a windows example. Otherwise very clear.
The course is very good! The instructor uses several tools like express and mongoose, among others, to expedite the creation of the application. It’s a hands on course, where you can work along with the instructor and create your own code, make your mistakes and learn how to avoid them. I strongly suggest an update since mLab was acquired by MongoDB and was retired so MongoDB Atlas could take its place. I would give this course a 9.5 out of 10, but the closest I get here is 4.5 out of 5. My suggestion to Udemy: change the rating to accept answers from 0 to 10 in 0.5 steps.