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MongoDB with Python

Firstly, Diarmuid Bourke’s presentation at PyCon Irland 2010:

Mike Dirolf ☞ covers the details of working with PyMongo and replica sets, one of the most interesting features in the MongoDB 1.6 releases:

PyMongo makes working with replica sets easy. Here we’ll launch a new replica set and show how to handle both initialization and normal connections with PyMongo.

And in case you’d like to learn some more you can also check:

Original title and link for this post: MongoDB with Python (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)