MongoDB is made in New York City, and while 10gen has since expanded to the west coast, we love being part of the New York tech community. That’s why we are so excited to support HackNY.
HackNY connects talented students with startups in New York. We have had a lot of fun introducing MongoDB to the next generation of student hackers at the HackNY hackathons. We participated in the first summer fellows program last year, and look forward to hosting summer fellows in the future.
HackNY is a non-profit, and this year the organization hopes to expand.... Read More >
Congratulations to Ryan Funduk of bugrocket, winner of last month’s MongoDevBlog contest. His blog post discusses development of his site bugrocket, “Simple Bug Tracking for Small Teams.” Follow @bugrocket to find out more.
Ryan has won hosting with (mt) Media Temple, admission to a MongoDB conference, a MongoDB backpack, entry into the MongoDB App of the Year contest, and his post will be tweeted out to the followers of @mongodb and @10gen.Thanks for everyone who entered. Please contact Adam to claim your prizes.
Have a favorite MongoDB-powered Open Source project? Enter our ... Read More >
Today 10gen and VMware announced that VMware will distribute MongoDB as a core database service for its newly launched Cloud Foundry open PaaS.
Cloud Foundry represents a new generation of application platform, architected specifically for cloud computing environments and delivered as a service from enterprise datacenters and from public cloud service providers. Cloud Foundry streamlines the delivery of applications, significantly enhancing the ability of developers to deploy, run and scale their applications in cloud environments while embracing the widest range of public and private clouds, industry-standard high productivity developer frameworks and application services. With its horizontally scalable architecture,... Read More >
An interview with uberVU Founder and MongoDB user Vladimir Oane.
What is uberVU? UberVU allows you to stay on top of the social media game by giving you everything you need in one simple box. From in-depth analytics to detailed research driven PDF reports to show your boss and impress your clients. We do this through an easy to use, WYSIWYG, off the shelf social media management service that empowers small companies and agencies all over the world to be on top of their game when it comes to social media.
Why did you choose MongoDB? We started to... Read More >
At PyCon this year, SourceForge announced the open source release of Allura. Allura is an open source implementation of a software “forge”, a web site that manages source code repositories, bug reports, discussions, mailing lists, wiki pages, blogs and more for any number of individual projects. Developed for the community, Allura is powered by MongoDB.
For our April developer blog contest, we'd like to learn more about other open source projects using MongoDB. In addition to Allura, we have heard about content management systems like c5t, logging apps like Graylog2, and analytics tools like Hummingbird.... Read More >
There’s just a week to go before our European conferences, when over 400 members of the MongoDB community will gather in London, Paris, and Berlin. The level of interest in and enthusiasm for MongoDB is really exciting. There are just a few places left if you still want to attend either the London and Berlin events. Paris is now sold out but we are taking names for the waiting list.
10gen founder Eliot Horowitz, and several of the key engineers developing the MongoDB project will be presenting sessions aimed at developers and administrators interested in learning... Read More >
MongoDB is emerging as an alternative and complementary database to traditional technologies like PostgreSQL. 10gen is very excited to be sponsoring an entire track on MongoDB at the Postgres Conference in New York City this month. Getting involved in Pg East will be a great opportunity for the vibrant open source communities around Postgres and MongoDB to learn from one another.
At the conference, there will be 13 session on MongoDB. In addition to four presentations from 10gen engineers, several MongoDB users from the community will be talking about their experiences using MongoDB in production. For example, foursquare will... Read More >
A little history lesson on what led me to 10gen. In 2002, I got lucky and met Marc Fleury of JBoss fame at the inaugural application server vendor shootout at the Atlanta Java User Group. At that meeting, Marc proclaimed that JBoss was ...FREE and it didn’t SUCK.” I went on to convince him to hire a 26 year old kid who had been a technical recruiter for 5 years. At JBoss, I learned the power of bottom-up software movements and how powerful developer-led communities can be. This is one of the reasons I am at 10gen today.
10gen is pleased to announce the first MongoDB developer blog contest of 2011. We’ll be announcing the contest categories at the beginning of each month, and the 10gen engineering team will pick the winner. We hope that these contests will be a way for developers to share their experiences with MongoDB and learn from one another. And we are giving away some pretty cool prizes :-) This month we’re teaming up with (mt) Media Temple, who is offering free hosting to the winner.
Contest Rules For our March contest, write a detailed blog post on your personal or... Read More >