[Free eBook] -The Beginner’s Guide to NoSQL

[Free eBook] -The Beginner’s Guide to NoSQL
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Latest free E-Book of The Beginners Guide to NoSQL:

1x1.trans - [Free eBook] -The Beginner's Guide to NoSQL

Short Description: Take advantage of NOSQL by learning the basics and more with this FREE eBook.

Long Description: We are storing more data now than we ever have before and connections between our data are growing all the time. We don’t make things knowing the structure from day one. Server architecture is now at a stage where we can take advantage of it.

This eBook includes:

  • An introduction to NOSQL
  • The four different types of NOSQL database that exist
  • The difference between SQL and NOSQL and which to choose for your work

This EBook is offered by Robert Gordon University, view their other free resources Click here

Release Date: 11/02/2016

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