Thank you, David! But I'd invite you to take sides (there's no fun without sparring!). Are you with or against MongoDB? :)
Alright then :). I take the side against noSQL solutions. Why so: SQL (and relational by extension) is over 30 years old, battle hardened and proven to work (even at web scale). Whereas noSQL is a relatively new and already loosing traction. It can, it saw, it failed to actually SOLVE the non-existant problems that SQL has not. Bonus: most modern SQL engines have native JSON storage ability. Boom, JSON document stores.
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