These are the slides from a 60-minute presentation I gave at CFCAMP in Munich, Germany on 15th October, 2013.
The blurb for the presentation was: “The new generation of NoSQL databases offer unprecedented flexibility and ease-of-use when compared to their more traditional, relational rivals. Discover how adding the powerful features of market-leading NoSQL database MongoDB to your skill set can make your ColdFusion development both more productive and more enjoyable.”
The presentation was made to a group of ColdFusion developers with little to no experience of MongoDB or any other NoSQL database.
After a brief introduction to MongoDB, the product and company, the emphasis was on the practicalities of using MongoDB to perform the everyday CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) operations.
A lot of these slides will not make much sense without the talk to go with them but there you go – it was a presentation not a book reading.
As may be apparent, I am a developer not a designer.