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Which MongoDB book is good for Software testers?

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I am looking for a MongoDB book that has some project or practices for Software testers. I would like to learn MongoDB enough to do different automated testings.

posted Jul 2, 2015 by anonymous

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Here are some good suggestion for mongoDB books:
1.MongoDB: The Definitive Guide -This book takes you from the basic introduction of MongoDB to advanced programming concepts.
2.Scaling MongoDB -Scaling MongoDB is a book for advanced and intermediate level web developers. You can learn to use MongoDB clusters for storing huge amount of data in your web applications. It is purposed for document-oriented database models and web applications. The book starts with basic concepts of MongoDB including sharding, clustering, replication and load balancing.
3.50 Tips and Tricks for MongoDB Developers
4.MongoDB Applied Design Patterns

answer Feb 26, 2016 by Shivam Kumar Pandey
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