This site aims to create resources to help you decide whether you can use NoSQL or not. It is not solely here to promote NoSql solutions but will hopefully give you some advice as to when to use Relational Data Models as well.
You can explore the world of NoSql through the activities that are linked to below
This site serves to expand and supplement an article introducing NoSql I wrote for my former employer ThoughtWorks.
I am trying to keep track of some interesting examples of web applications that use NoSQL to show what is possible and illustrate some of the use cases for NoSql technology.
My blog has a lot of NoSql material and is the first place that I write about new ideas and products.
Documents and Graphs, NoSql Exchange November 2011
Experience report of using polyglot persistence in production.
Closer, my graph, to thee, Neo4J London user group November 2011
How to create a website as a thin layer of logic over a graph.
Adopting maps and functional programming on top of JSON stores instead of using objects.
Please Boss can I use NoSql? given to the Cologne JUG in February 2011.
Reasons for adopting non-relational datastores and advice on introducing them into your workplace.
An introduction to NoSQL technologies and an overview of solution and design concerns when adopting non-relational store technologies
You can find me on Twitter if you want to get in touch.