The only time I use MongoDB is for quick prototyping on side projects. Even then I prefer storing data on memory, but if it's too much I resort to MongoDB. It's not applicable on actual business projects, but it's a great tool for learning.
Thank you. Just to extend the discussion further, I'm now beginning to think the opposite. 😂 I'm going to use MongoDB more and more and see if it bites back. 😊
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