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on 17 October 2012
Reading this book, you will realise how surprisingly simple but powerful the concepts behind the NoSQL are. The NoSQL space could be confusing sometimes with a myriad of approaches that comes under its classification but the authors did a good job in explaining these various approaches in a concise manner, providing use cases for where each is best suited and otherwise. Many NoSQL books are admin-oriented but this book placed sufficient emphasis on dev-oriented aspects as well especially the data model (how it differs from the more traditional relational data model). The audience therefore would be mostly those programmers/developers/architects who work in the web/enterprise environment and are trying to cut through the hype to discover how NoSQL can really make a difference to their application model.
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