We've been missing an introduction to using MongoDB from Java for a little while now - there's plenty of information in the documentation, but we were lacking a step-by-step guide to getting started as a Java developer.
I sought to rectify this with a couple of blog posts for the MongoDB official blog: the first, an introduction to using MongoDB from Java, including a non-comprehensive list of some of the libraries you can use; the second, an introductory guide to simple CRUD operations using the Java driver:
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I wrote an article for the latest edition of Java Magazine which is an introduction to MongoDB for Java developers, and a nod to why it’s good in the “Big Data” space.
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This month's Java Magazine features an article by yours truly, which is yet another intro to the Disruptor. It's basically a summary of the stuff I've written in this blog, updated for version 2.7 - so the names of the classes should be up to date and the responsibilities follow the simplified pattern we use now. If you were looking for an more recent version of my introduction blog posts, this article gives a reasonable overview.
This is intended as part one of a series, as it's a basic and high-level view with no code examples. In fact, it probably could be used to document the C# version as well as the Java version, although I haven't taken a look at that for a while. Next, I would like to give some more code examples of how you use it - as always, any suggestions welcome.