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MongoDB and C#

Even if according to the ☞ 10gen survey the number of people using MongoDB from or on a Windows environment is pretty small, I continue to see some articles here and there, so I thought that the Windows MongoDB users will benefit from getting a chance to see what have been written so far.

To get you started, I would recommend MongoDB in the Windows Environment which will walk you through the installation phase and introduce a couple of MongoDB libraries. There is also the video embedded below from ☞ Mohammad Azam

The very next thing you’ll probably be interested into is the ☞ current state of MongoDB and C#. Just in case the existing libraries are not in the shape you’d like them to be, you might want to read about the ☞ details of building a MongoDB driver.

But if you are looking only for some nice to have features, you might find interesting the following articles on converting objects to and from MongoDB documents: ☞ 1 and ☞ 2.

As always, if you have some favorite articles, please do not hesitate to share them with the rest of the NoSQL community.