NoSQLDatabases.com have posted an interview they did with me on our implementation of MongoDB at Shutterfly. Good folks, great blog. Here is a link to the article. I talk a lot about what we have done at Shutterfly, In particular one item I discuss is ORM’s and the promise of not using heavyweight mappers in a non-relational architecture. I also talk a bit about the challenges and benefits of modeling data as documents. I hope it’s helpful for folks thinking about using something like MongoDB.

"> NoSQLDatabases.com have posted an interview they did with me on our implementation of MongoDB at Shutterfly. Good folks, great blog. Here is a link to the article. I talk a lot about what we have done at Shutterfly, In particular one item I discuss is ORM’s and the promise of not using heavyweight mappers in a non-relational architecture. I also talk a bit about the challenges and benefits of modeling data as documents. I hope it’s helpful for folks thinking about using something like MongoDB.

"> NoSQLDatabases.com have posted an interview they did with me on our implementation of MongoDB at Shutterfly. Good folks, great blog. Here is a link to the article. I talk a lot about what we have done at Shutterfly, In particular one item I discuss is ORM’s and the promise of not using heavyweight mappers in a non-relational architecture. I also talk a bit about the challenges and benefits of modeling data as documents. I hope it’s helpful for folks thinking about using something like MongoDB.

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Interview on NoSQLDatabases.com

06 January 2011

The folks over at NoSQLDatabases.com have posted an interview they did with me on our implementation of MongoDB at Shutterfly. Good folks, great blog. Here is a link to the article. I talk a lot about what we have done at Shutterfly, In particular one item I discuss is ORM’s and the promise of not using heavyweight mappers in a non-relational architecture. I also talk a bit about the challenges and benefits of modeling data as documents. I hope it’s helpful for folks thinking about using something like MongoDB.