MongoDC is happening on June 26 at the Wooly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC. At MongoDC many attendees are just learning about or evaluating MongoDB to see if it is the right fit for their use case, while others are in development or in production and are looking for a little more depth. A lot of your are also interested in best practices to optimize your use of MongoDB. To help you plan your day, here’s a curated list of talks for you to attend based on what you’d like to get out of MongoDB.
MongoLab is excited to offer free hosted databases running on MongoDB 2.1! We have been testing this new version internally and are loving the new features it offers, especially the aggregation framework and time-to-live (TTL) collections. We think you’ll love it too. So pull up a chair, fire up a 2.1 database with MongoLab, and experiment a little! It’s a great opportunity to learn about the new features and help solidify what will become the stable 2.2 release.
The online retail, advertising, and content space is rapidly moving towards a self-service model. Brands can now quickly setup a website, blog, Facebook page, and e-commerce storefront using tools and services that were traditionally only available to an IT department. But these tools are highly specialized - and as a result, brand sites remain fragmented. So, while regular content updates may drive traffic to the company website and blogs, products remain siloed in a separate e-commerce storefront. The difficulty in combining content and commerce is a missed opportunity for marketers. We spoke with Matthew Knight to discuss how his... Read More >
MongoDB schema design continues to be a hot topic on the user forums, IRC even at conferences. At the end of May, we launched a blogging contest to give the community more real-world examples of MongoDB schema design. We got some great posts and 10gen’s engineers have chosen Ryan McGeary’s post on MongoDB Schema Design at BusyConf which has some great insights how you can build out your data model.
Here's a common myth that I've heard before: ...MongoDB design is easy because its schema-less.â€œ I disagree with this. It's true that a thoughtful design will yield
During Part 2 of this BeerShift series, we went over all of the required dependencies required for the BeerShift application to run. We installed Titanium Studio, Xcode, the Android SDK, and the OpenShift client tools. We also signed up for OpenShift and created an application for our backend REST services and added a mongo database.
In this blog post, we will go over the backend REST services and get everything up and running on the OpenShift cloud. We will also register for a brewerydb.com API key and add it to our application so that... Read More >
We recently spoke with Richard Minney, the Founder of iBE.net about iBE.net’s technology stack and use of MongoDB. To learn more about iBE.net, check out their recent blog post on Schema-Less Schema's - Enterprise-grade no-SQL Schema Design for Dummies.
What is iBE.net?
iBE.net is a new generation of business management solution that is easier to use, access and manage than existing tools. Aimed at businesses that are growing out of Quickbooks, iBE.net plugs the gap between individual/small team accounting packages and expensive enterprise resource planning (ERP) packages like SAP, Oracle and Microsoft Dynamics. Being a clean-sheet design since... Read More >
With less than two weeks to go, MongoDB UK is coming up fast. With four tracks and over 50 sessions, you’ll have a lot to choose from at the event. Here are some tips to help you get prepared—and excited—for the London event on June 20th.
1. Schedule an ...Ask the Expertsâ€œ Session
MongoDB days are an excellent opportunity to speak with MongoDB's core contributors who remain the foremost experts on the database. At MongoDB UK, we'll be hosting ...Ask the Expertsâ€œ sessions to offer you specialized, 15 minute sessions with 10gen's engineers. Sign up on-site for a... Read More >