MongoDB vs. MySQL

First of all I love the flexibility you have with a non-relational database, in terms of being able to have a varying data set. Though it’s great to be able to have a schema for the data so it can still have a predictable structure. With MySQL, the data sets are tabular which is great for comparing, but with MongoDB the data sets are “collections” which are basically syntactically like JavaScript objects, actually BSON (Binary JSON), which of course is a plus! I’m already familiar with SQL commands so I was able to connect the MongoDB CRUD concepts with MySQL, though the commands are different and more like JavaScript as well. It’s fun comparing and contrasting. I’ll keep experimenting.

Love & Peace,