At geek.net we’ve been using MongoDB on various projects for the last six months or so. We finally re-factored out our MongoDB related code and created a new library. It’s battle tested on the project pages of sourceforge.net, and it’s getting a workout in my new project (no details on that yet).
So, just like in Flash Gordan, we’ve got Ming to rule Mongo.
Rick’s blogged about it at length here:
And all I can say, is that I’m very happy with Ming as it is now, and it’s meeting our needs quite well. We are of course open to suggestions, and we’re hoping that we can open up more stuff as we go.
If you want to see the details, they can be found on the (of course) sourceforge.net site:
If you’re looking for a larger exampel of Ming in actin Chris Perkins (coding machine that he is) and some other TurboGears devs are already looking at building a content management system with Ming and tg2:
If you use Ming, and like it, feel free to let us know.