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Getting Started with MongoDB and C# NoRM

The more I scan the NoSQL news around the internet, the more I hear about MongoDB in the Windows environment which seems to be catching up a lot lately (nb this seems somehow inline with MongoDB strategy of becoming the next gen MySQL).

Howard van Rooijen’s ☞ post and Fredrik Kalseth’s ☞ post are just two great resources on getting started with MongoDB and the C# NoRM library:

NORM - Making MongoDB mainstream for .NET developers

At this point I discovered a new attempt to create a C# Driver for MongoDB that would allow seamless POCO conversion and LINQ support. The project is called NoRM and it’s the best hope for making MongoDB mainstream for the .NET Community.