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Renaming Our Upcoming Release to MongoDB 3.0 | MongoDB

Renaming Our Upcoming Release to MongoDB 3.0 | MongoDB: Something out of the ordinary is happening...


Questions from the Field: Should I Escape My Input, And If So, How?

Questions from the Field: Should I Escape My Input, And If So, How?

At last weekend's PHP Benelux I gave a tutorial titled "From SQL to NoSQL". Large parts of the tutorial covered using MongoDB—how to use it from PHP, schema design, etc. I ran a little short of time, and since then I've been getting some questions. One of them being: "Should I escape my input, and if so, how?". Instead of trying to cram my answer in 140 characters on Twitter, I thought it'd be wise to reply with this blog post.

The short answer is: yes, you do need to escape.

The longer answer is a ...


Case study: Hedge fund AHL Man Group uses MongoDB to feed quants with data

Case study: Hedge fund AHL Man Group uses MongoDB to feed quants with data: Hedge fund AHL Man Group...


DevOps Newsletter 211

Shaving your RTT with TCP Fast Open Why We Threw 4 Months of Work in the Trash; or How we Failed at OpenStack Automated MongoDB backup verification on Google Compute […]

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Readying mgo for MongoDB 3.0

MongoDB 3.0 (previously known as 2.8) is right around the block, and it’s time to release a few fixes and improvements on the mgo driver for Go to ensure it works fine on that new major server version. Compatibility is being preserved both with old applications and with old servers, so updating should be a […]