This week I bought Rick Copeland’s MongoDB with Python and Ming eBook from Amazon. It just came out in July 2012, so I figured I should check it out and see what all the fuss is with MongoDB and the whole NoSQL fad.
- Why I picked it up: Mainly because I’ve been interested in MongoDB for a while, the book was reasonably priced and I’ve read a little of his SQLAlchemy book. I think I may have even met the guy at PyCon a couple years ago too.
- Why I finished it: I almost always try to finish a book, especially if I’m going to review it. This one was hard though.
- I’d give it to: Someone who needed a quick text to get them up to speed on MongoDB and Ming