Code Camp Talk: RavenDB vs MongoDB

This past weekend at SoCal Code Camp I presented a session along with my friend Nuri Halperin entitled “Battle of the NoSQL Databases: RavenDB vs. MongoDB.”

I represented the RavenDB team, having used it in production now for a couple of months (and ditched Mongo to do it.) I’ll blog more about the specifics of RavenDB and what it’s awesome at some point in the future, but nevertheless I wanted to post my slides here so you could see the bullet-by-bullet comparison between the databases.

We didn’t cover everything, but we did try to capture all of the high-level details:

NoSQL Shootout: RavenDB vs MongoDB
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Update: Some errata that has been pointed out to me courtesy of Itamar Syn-Hershko of the Hibernating Rhinos team.
 Raven actually uses BSON internally as well, and has no auto-sharding support by design, see 
https://twitter.com/synhershko/status/218071114147037185

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