You've probably heard a lot about how easy it is to store data in a noSQL, document-oriented database. JSON provides a flexible means for storing unstructured data in databases. What you might not have heard though, is that getting data out of those databases can feel quite foreign, even to experienced developers. This talk will cover querying, and aggregation in two leading noSQL document provides, Couchbase, and MongoDB. Some understanding of JSON will be helpful, but experience with noSQL databases is not required.