Join Chander Dhall for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of NoSQL Development with DocumentDB in Azure.
- [Instructor] To get the most out of this course, you should have some working knowledge of C#, .NET and MVC, Node.js and Command-Line Tools. When it comes to tooling and editors, I'm going to be using Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise Edition Update 3. However, you're more than welcome to use the Community Edition. For Node.js, I will be using Visual Studio Code, which is a free tool. You're more than welcome to use WebStorm, Atom, or any other tool of your choice.
You will need an Azure account, and we will show you how to create a DocumentDB instance. And you will need ASP.NET MVC installed. We're going to go ahead with a full version, because currently there is no client that works with ASP.NET Core. If you need a refresher on Azure or any other topics that are listed here, there are plenty of available courses that can help you get up to speed.
- Back-end scaling fundamentals
- Fallacies of distributed computing
- Consistency models
- Data migration
- DocumentDB with .NET and Node.js
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Backend Scaling Fundamentals
2. Get Started with DocumentDB
3. DocumentDB with .NET
4. DocumentDB with Node.js
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