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About the myNoSQL blog

  • myNoSQL has been published since Dec. 2009, making it the oldest (and probably the most popular) independent blog about NoSQL and database technologies
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About Alex Popescu

I am the creator and writer of this blog. Besides my own experience, opinions, and observations about NoSQL databases, distributed systems, and data solutions, I am sifting through the tons of materials out there trying to make sense of them and hoping that others will get a better and more useful picture.

As you can imagine, my comments and opinions do not represent an endorsement or promotion of the products/companies/etc.

I’ve been a software engineer since 1997 with a passion for open source and communities.