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NoSQL - Alternatives to traditional relational databases

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by George Swan
Highlights the latest developments in both the Mongo open-source document database and the open-source official C# driver.
by Tomaz Koritnik
TmStorage is a structureless virtual file system from which complex storages or databases can be built.
by Vyacheslav Voronenko
This article demonstrates three approaches for storing tree like structures with NoSQL databases on example of the MongoDB.
by DannyVarod
This article introduces you to an open source solution for decoupling your data management and query logic from the NoSQL vendor-specific integration logic.

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by Mauricio David
A simple, fast and free embedded .NET NoSQL Document Store in a single data file. Inspired on MongoDB, supports collections, POCO classes, Bson Documents, indexes, stream data, ACID transactions, and LINQ expressions.
by Sander Rossel
Getting your feet wet in NoSQL with MongoDB!
by Suffyan Asad
Implementing joins in Hadoop Map-Reduce applications during Map-phase using MapFiles
by Shahriar Iqbal Chowdhury/Galib
Introduction Due to non schema nature of mongodb collection, one collection may contains distinct number of fields.Its not recommended though, its possible to contain different number of fields due to business requirements. So for example say we have a collection “Client”, under which th

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