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When is MongoDB the Right Tool for the Job?

This puts me in a quandary, because my recent stint on the job market has shown that just about everybody is using MongoDB, and I’ve just never been in any situation that I have needed to use it.

I also can’t foresee any situation where there is a solid technical reason for choosing MongoDB over it’s competitors either, and the last thing I want to do is lead people astray or foist my preconceptions onto them.

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Original title and link: When is MongoDB the Right Tool for the Job? (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://daemon.co.za/2014/04/when-is-mongodb-the-right-tool/