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Release: MongoDB 1.2.0

Couple of hours ago, Eliot Horowitz has announced on the ☞ MongoDB User Group the release of MongoDB 1.2.0 which marks “3 months of important enhancements and bug fixes”.

From the change log, I’d mention the support for Map/Reduce and also support stored JavaScript functions, but there are many other new features and bug fixes.

You can download the new version from ☞ here and read more details about this new version using the following links:

And because we are speaking about MongoDB here is a presentation from the Boston Ruby meet-up (Dec.9th): “MongoDB (is) For Rubyists””