MongoDB Development Services
Need a MongoDB programmer for your project? You surely came to the relevant place. “EchoUA” offers IT staffing services and project based development. We pleasantly help you to secure the finest worker or a team for remote work. All our coders are accomplished professionals skilled in developing custom-built applications using the new techs, including MONGODB, Coffeescript, Typo3, Laravel, Sonarqube, Instagram API, Nodejs, Augmented Reality, Spark, Concrete5, ADO.NET. You can also select us as a MongoDB development vendor and delegate full-cycle development services to us.
WHY OTHERS CHOOSE US :
- Selected Ukrainian programmers with over 5 yrs of commercial experience.
- Team retention best practices to make sure your programmers stay satisfied.
- Professional client managers to guarantee smooth collaboration.
- Clear contract with simple monthly invoicing.
We help you execute your ideas by preparing trusted MongoDB coders who can get involved in your company and promptly start delivering high-quality code. Get in touch with us and check out the profiles of software engineers available for employment at the moment. Also, you can read “MongoDB Developer Salary in the US and UK compare to Ukraine” to reveal the true cost of hiring.
TOP5 MongoDB Programmers in February 2018
1 Vtali L.,Age: 23, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), JS (TypeScript), JS (Angular 2.x), JS (jQuery), NoSQL (MongoDB)
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2 Vasil O.,Age: 25, E-mail: email@example.com,
Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), JS (Angular 2.x), NoSQL (Redis), Golang, MSSQL, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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3 Artiom F.,Age: 31, Skills: JS (Node), JS (React), C, MS (.NET), Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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4 Andrey B.,Age: 30, Skills: JS, JS (Angular 1.x), PHP (Symfony), HTML/CSS, Full Stack (PHP/JS), JS (Angular 2.x), JS (jQuery), SQL, Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB), AJAX
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5 Maksym R.,Age: 27, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Skills: JS (Node), MySQL, Golang, NoSQL (MongoDB)
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Questions and Answers related to MongoDB Development
“You should use MongoDB if you don’t care about your data and don’t think you applications data needs will evolve much. If it gets very complex you may find using MongoDB to be a pain to use. You should use MySQL if you don’t care about your data and are willing to work around its quirks. Honestly I would only use either of them if I was working on a system that already used them. There may be some narrow edge cases under which MySQL and MongoDB are good options, but I would never recommend them out of hand.”
“ElasticSearch is optimized for full text search operations, MongoDB is not. When your queries is going like to be text search queries you should better use Elasticsearch or similar server. You don’t need to index all fields in MongoDB, just index the attributes that you will search and use. ElasticSearch has many features and it’s not only for full-text search. You can use your MongoDB as your persistent datastore and elasticsearch for getting a range of records or searching a text…”
“I would say that MongoDB or other non-relational data stores are inadequate if you want your DBMS to prevent data integrity error or data anomalies. Non-relational stores encourage storing denormalized data, which means redundant data, and that leads to data integrity problems. Some people advocate solving this by enforcing data integrity in application code, whereas most SQL databases enforce constraints in the DBMS. Using DBMS constraints is preferable if you have a variety of different applications reading and writing your data…”
“If you want to see which query plan MongoDB has chosen for a particular operation, like query(), try cursor.explain() – MongoDB Manual 3.4. This is pretty similar to the explain plans in relational engines, in that it shows you how the db engine is going to actually perform your query — which indexes were used, and the like. See Explain Results – MongoDB Manual 3.4 for more…”
Consider asking some of these questions during a job interview to assess candidate’s skills.