MongoDB with winforms

With NoSQL gaining a lot of momentum, I think I really ought to try it out in one of my projects. MongoDB seems to be a good choice, and Michael explains how to get going with winforms and MongoDB.

The best thing about MongoDB is that there is very little Object-Relational mapping needed since all the objects are stored as JSON documents. It should also make schema updates more painless (though for large changes some data manipulation might be required).

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