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I'm glad you found it helpful. I highly recommend MongoDB University if you're just starting out. In fact, I recommend it to anyone. I've done a few of the courses in preparation for the MongoDB certification exams but still learned quite a bit even though I have some experience. I actively use MongoDB using C#, Python, and Javascript. I tend to work directly with the MongoDB drivers. However, if you're using Javascript be sure to investigate Mongoose as an abstraction of the MongoDB drivers. With regards to NoSQL databases, they do offer a lot when applied to an appropriate architecture. Be sure to check out Couchbase too.

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