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The talk that Audrey Roy and I gave at DjangoCon Europe on June 4, 2012.

The talk that Audrey Roy and I gave at DjangoCon Europe on June 4, 2012.

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  • A: We have a specific time we have to present in, so please hold your questions and comments to the end.\n
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  • A: Which is why we’re presenting here today rather than at LA Django - this is useful info for any Python developer.\n
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  • D - Using a review system...\n
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  • D: MongoDB queries are meant for schema-less data.\n
  • D: MongoDB queries are meant for schema-less data.\n
  • D: You can do crazy things like have every document in a collection have a completely different schema. \n
  • D: No introspection tools, just the shell. Certainly no admin. \n
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  • A: If you use ReferenceFields all the time, you might as well be using SQL\n
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  • A: According to posts on the mailing list, you should be able to use multiple databases. But I pored over the docs/mailing list and couldn’t find an example of, say, using Postgres for auth and MongoDB for a custom app\n
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  • D I’m in discussion with some other Python/MongoDB aficionados.\n
  • D I love normalization. I love what you can do with a schema. I love what you can do without a schema\n
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  • A: Atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability. Properties that guarantee that a db transaction has been processed reliably.\n
  • A: Atomicity, consistency, isolation, durability. Properties that guarantee that a db transaction has been processed reliably.\nThere’s the very small risk that data you retrieve could be in a temporary inconsistent state.\n
  • A: NYT, Heroku, Intuit, IGN, Posterous, and others use Ruby’s MongoMapper\nIn the Ruby world, Mongo object mappers are much more prevalent.\n
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