GIANT Stories at MongoDB

Building with Patterns: The Schema Versioning Pattern

It has been said that the only thing constant in life is change. This holds true to database schemas as well. Information we once thought wouldn’t be needed, we now want to capture. Or new services become available and need to be included in a database record. Regardless of the reason behind the change, after a while, we inevitably need to make changes to the underlying schema design in our application. While this often poses challenges, and perhaps at least a few headaches in a legacy tabular database system, in MongoDB we can use the Schema Versioning pattern to make the changes easier.

Hacking For Single Mothers And Kids In Poverty

One of MongoDB's core values is "Build Together," and that value is one that reaches outside the company too. We saw that value embodied in the Femisphere Codeswitch, which is one of the many reasons we were proud sponsors of the event that brought single mothers and coders together to build apps.

This blog post has charts and yours could too!

MongoDB Charts brings dynamic visualization to your data and now you can embed those live charts and graphs into web pages, apps, blogs and more. And the best part - Embedded charts are really simple to deploy.

MongoDB Charts Gets Embeddable

Jane Fine

Releases, Charts

MongoDB Chart’s latest feature is embeddable charts and MongoDB Atlas users are the first to get a preview of it. Now you can present your users with live charts from your data and you can do it without writing stacks of code.

MongoDB: The Most Wanted Database by Developers for the 4th Consecutive Year

Since 2011, Stack Overflow has taken the pulse of the developer community, revealing the top trends, technologies, and work priorities for software engineers around the world. The survey always provides fascinating insight, and 2019 was no exception with nearly 90,000 developers completing it. And now the results are in, and its another good year for MongoDB.

T-9: The Countdown to MongoDB World 2019

As MongoDB World 2019 approaches, we thought it would be a good time to look back at MongoDB World 2018 and some of the great talks that took place there and where to find similar talks at this year's essential event. It's nine weeks to MongoDB World 2019 and this is your countdown...

Building with Patterns: The Document Versioning Pattern

Databases, such as MongoDB, are very good at querying lots of data and updating that data frequently. In most cases, however, we are only performing queries on the latest state of the data. What about situations in which we need to query previous states of the data? What if we need to have some functionality of version control of our documents? This is where we can use the Document Versioning Pattern.

Calling all Innovators! Nominations Open for the 2019 MongoDB Innovation Awards

Nominations for the sixth annual MongoDB Innovation Awards are now open until May 1st. These awards recognize innovative individuals and organizations who are using MongoDB to push the status quo and change the world around them.

Coming Soon - MongoDB Atlas as a native service on the Google Cloud

Leo Zheng

Releases, Cloud

Building and managing applications with MongoDB Atlas on Google Cloud is about to become even easier. That's because we are pleased to announce an expanded technical and business partnership with Google which will bring MongoDB Atlas into the Google Cloud Console.

Countdown to MongoDB World 2019: T-10 Weeks - The Hackathon and The First Sneak Peeks

With ten weeks to go before we open the doors at MongoDB World, we wanted to give you a taste of what's going to be going on in some of the tracks. First, a quick reminder of when and where - the conference is running for three days, June 17th to the 19th, at the Hilton Midtown in New York City. Make sure you have that marked in your diary while we tell you about the Hackathon and what's going on at the conference.