Webinar: Dramatically Reducing Development Time With MongoDB
Tuesday February 4th 8:00am PDT / 11:00am EDT / 4:00pm BST
Modern day application development demands persistence of complex and dynamic shapes of data to match the highly flexible and powerful languages used in today's software landscape. Traditional approaches to solutions development with RDBMS increasingly expose the gap between the ease of use of modern development languages and the relational data model. Development time is wasted as the bulk of the work shifts from adding business features to struggling with the RDBMS. MongoDB, the leading NoSQL database, offers a flexible and scalable solution.
In this webinar, we will provide a medium-to-deep exploration of the MongoDB programming model and APIs and how they transform the way developers interact with a database, leading to:
- Faster time to market for both initial deployment and subsequent change
- Lower development costs
- More choices in coupling features of a language to the database
Buzz Moschetti: About the speaker
Buzz Moschetti is a Financial Services Solutions Architect at MongoDB. He is the former Global Head of Architecture for the Investment Bank division of JPMorganChase. His responsibilities there included information and software architecture vision and strategy, business applications and process development, and solutions standards and design leadership for a $2.2b budget funding 9000 professionals worldwide for all lines of business including equity & debt capital markets, listed and OTC derivatives, commodities, institutional, proprietary, and customer trading, settlement and clearance, and research. Prior to that position, he was the Chief Architecture Officer of Bear Stearns from 2000 to 2008 with similar responsibilities. Earlier in his career at Bear Stearns, he was the Director of Technology for the Financial Analytics and Structured Transactions Group (F.A.S.T.) in the Fixed Income dept. and led the design and development of that unit’s HYDRA and BondStudio portfolio valuation applications suite. His areas of expertise include enterprise data design, systems integration, and multi-language tiered software leverage with C/C++, Java, Perl, Python, and Ruby. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.