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Taking MongoDB to Production

August 4, 2015

MongoDB makes it extraordinarily easy to get your first application up and running. Unfortunately, some of the very things that make that possible—such as self-descriptive, schema-less data—can actually become headaches once you’re maintaining that application at scale over the long term. A while back, I gave a talk to the LAMongoDB user group on the […]

Announcing the Seeking 1.0 Open Source Release

April 5, 2013

Seeking is a library for generically building and executing type-safe queries against different data stores. We developed Seeking to facilitate transitioning one of our Matching applications from Postgres to MongoDB. This particular Matching application performs complex, multi-attribute queries, and we needed to be able to switch back and forth seamlessly between the two data stores. […]