Life is an adventure where we are continuously learning. If you are a developer in today’s world you may find it challenging to find the time to learn about new technologies whether that may be new frameworks, new build tools, new modules, new programming language features, etc.
Some developers find the time to learn new things after work hours, or on weekends, or on holiday seasons. Whichever your learning mode is, if you’re interested in learning MongoDB with a new programming language, we have just released a series of
get-started repositories which may be able to kickstart your learning journey. It comes with the nicety of starting from a working development environment with all the expected dependencies installed.
If you’re just beginning your MongoDB journey or wanting to learn another programming language, this project is for you.
The MongoDB Get-Started project aims to provide an easy way for developers to get started with prerequisite language-specific development tools and a simple example application using official MongoDB drivers.
Each Get-Started repository includes:
- Instructions on how to install prerequisites
- Working code examples demonstrating MongoDB CRUD (Create/Retrieve/Update/Delete) and basic aggregation pipeline commands
- Links to relevant tutorials and documentation to continue your learning journey
Currently there are five available get-started repositories:
Happy learning! If you have any questions, feel free to submit an issue in the relevant repository. If you would like to contribute to the project, please see Contributing to the MongoDB Get-Started project