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Code With Mark: Updates in your Data Access Layer

61 min • Published Feb 01, 2024
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✅ Sign-up for a free cluster at → https://mdb.link/register-Ab_NmiKP2_w ✅ Get help on our Community Forums → https://mdb.link/forums-Ab_NmiKP2_w Handling Updates in your Data Access Layer - Part 2 Every week you can watch Mark as he builds out a Data Access Layer in Python. This library, called docbridge, is an attempt to build a Pythonic framework that takes into account the various patterns that are used when designing document models with MongoDB. So far, we've done a lot of work to abstract out reading from the database, but not so much on writing back to it. So let's continue what I started two weeks ago, and work on tracking changes to documents, so that they can be efficiently written back to the database. RESOURCES Building with Patterns → https://mdb.link/Ab_NmiKP2_w-Patterns Docbridge GitHub Repo → https://mdb.link/docbridge-repo Connect with Mark: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/judy2k/ ------ ✅ Subscribe to our channel → https://mdb.link/subscribe
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