We live in a massively relational world, storing our data in relational databases, using SQL to find, create, update and delete data, and the thought of storing data was invariably in this paradigm. But the Internet has grown exponentially, different needs has come and relational databases began to not suit the needs of many projects that can not be thought of for years and remain as they are for so many years ahead.
Then, new types of storage approach emerged and stirred relational supremacy. And with the life of developers. In this article I discuss a little my history and what leaded me to use MongoDB as base storage for my projects.