In some previous posts on mongodb and python, pymongo, and gridfs, I introduced the NoSQL database MongoDB how to use it from Python, and how to use it to store large (more than 16 MB) files in it. Here, I'll be showing you a few of the features that the current (2.0) version of MongoDB includes for performing aggregation. In a future post, I'll give you a peek into the new aggregation framework included in MongoDB version 2.1.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Changing things up a bit, today I have a special treat, as Jay Kelkar, an avid Pythonista and fellow member of the Python Atlanta user group, has agreed to write a guest post reviewing the web2py Application Development Cookbook. If you give him half a chance, Jay will be happy to expound upon the benefits of Web2Py, so this review seemed a perfect fit for him. So without further introduction, here's Jay's review (full disclosure: the Amazon links below are affiliate links):
Friday, May 25, 2012
In some previous posts on mongodb and python and pymongo, I introduced the NoSQL database MongoDB and how you can use it from Python. This post goes beyond the basics of MongoDB and pymongo to give you a taste for MongoDB's take on filesystems, GridFS.