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MongoDB Job Trends graph

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Mongo is the SF architect’s default database choice, and not surprisingly its trending heavily on Indeed.com. Other NoSQL technologies are seeing similar growth- interestingly Jan 2010 seems to have been the trigger when NoSQL become a significant job trend. The graph below isn’t a scientific or comprehensive list of NoSQL technologies- I just thought it made the point about the date inflexion point. Anyone know what happened that month to kick things off? I should also dig in on location – to see where these Mongo jobs are.

 


MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, CouchDB  Job Trends graph

MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, CouchDB Job Trends Mongodb jobsRedis jobsCassandra jobsCouchdb jobs
disclosure: 10gen [Mongo] and VMware [Redis] and the Apache Software Foundation (Cassandra) are clients.

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  1. “Mongo is the stupid SF architect’s default database choice”

    Fixed it for you.

    • Less experienced might by fairer, Dr Chopp. there does appear to be a generational thing going on.

      James GovernorMay 18, 2012 @ 7:50 pmReply
  2. Adopt Mongodb and then watch your line-count reduce. Always a good sign…



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