For clarification, I did not mean the 50th - 100th time you remodel the same data, I meant the 50th - 100th time you have to remodel different data. In retrospect, I should have said the 50th to 100th time you have to write code to TRANSFORM data. I used the wrong word.
Travis Brown writes "In response to Jeff Cogswell's article on how he chose DynamoDB over MongoDB, I wanted to submit a similar article I wrote of how I arrived at an opposite conclusion." Link to Original Source
I guess it's ironic that we both recently posted articles that documented our thought process on choosing a NoSQL database, but coming to an opposite conclusion. Apologies, maybe it was just coincidental?