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Stand up and be counted: Annual MongoDB Developer Survey

If you use Perl and MongoDB, I need your help. Every year, we put out a survey to developers to find out what languages they use, what features they need, what problems they have, and so on. We have very few Perl responses. ☹️ Be an ally! Take the MongoDB Developer Experience Survey.

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No more dirty reads with MongoDB

If you're reading this blog, it's a good bet that sometime in your life you've had a computer freeze or crash on you. You know that crashes happen. If it's your laptop, you restart and hope for the best. When it's your database, things are a bit more complicated. Historically, a database lived on a […]

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A parallel MongoDB client with Perl and fork

Concurrency is hard, and that's just as true in Perl as it is in most languages. While Perl has threads, they aren't lightweight, so they aren't an obvious answer to parallel processing the way they are elsewhere. In Perl, doing concurrent work generally means (a) a non-blocking/asynchronous framework or (b) forking sub-processes as workers. There […]

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Finally, a streaming Perl filehandle API for MongoDB GridFS

GridFS is the term for MongoDB's filesystem abstraction, allowing you to store files in a MongoDB database. If that database is a replica set or sharded cluster, the files are secured against the loss of a database server. The recently released v1.3.x development branch of the MongoDB Perl driver introduces a new GridFS API implementation […]

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Getting ready for MongoDB 3.2: new features, new Perl driver beta

After several release candidates, MongoDB version 3.2 is nearing completion. It brings a number of new features that users have been demanding: No more dirty reads! With the new "readConcern" query option, users can trade higher latency for reads that won't roll-back during a partition. Document validation! While MongoDB doesn't use schemas, users can define […]

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