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.
Announcing the MongoDB Diversity and Innovator Scholarships for 2019
Diversity is a core value of MongoDB and to make sure that there is diversity, it is essential to create real opportunities. That's the idea behind our Diversity and Innovator Scholarship programs which have been in place since 2014 and 2016 respectively. These scholarships are now open for applications and nominations until April 19th.
Her Story: WDB Consulting
In the final installment of our series highlighting women who founded companies that run on MongoDB, we're featuring, Danielle Da Silva Monteiro, Co-Founder of WDB Consulting.
Her Story: SixPlus
We continue to share the stories of inspiring women who've founded, run, and continue to scale their companies. Today, meet Evelyne White, Founder, and CEO of SixPlus. SixPlus has been dubbed the OpenTable for groups. Their website and app helps you find and book the best private and semi-private spaces for private group dining events of six or more people.
Women's History Month: Scaling Your Career
A lot has changed in the last 100 years since women first had a chance to vote in the United States. But new major issues have risen for women: climbing the career ladder, work-life balance, and gender bias to name a few. With Women's History Month occurring this month, we at MongoDB organized our first-ever event, co-hosted by the MongoDB's Women's Group, bringing together women and allies from the tech industry to discuss ways women can grow their careers.
Her Story: Klickly
Meet Cooper Harris, Founder and CEO of Klickly, in the second post in our series for Women's History Month. Learn more about her story, values, and journey to the C-suite.
Their Story: Shine
Meet Naomi Hirabayashi and Marah Lidey, Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of Shine in the first of a series for Women's History Month where we look at their stories, values, and journey to the C-suite.
Meet Some of MongoDB's Influential Female Leaders
In celebration of International Women's Day, we are highlighting some of our most influential leaders at MongoDB and how they've grown at the company. According to Fairygodboss, promoting more women into leadership positions is one of the top things employers can do to make their female employees stay.
At MongoDB, we invest in our employees' professional growth to enable them to become leaders in their roles while pursuing their passions. A few of our leaders developed an internal Underrepresented People of Color Network, while others created a mentorship group to provide management and productivity tips. We try to empower our employees to lead in their own ways and give them the freedom to create programs where they feel they are lacking.
How Roswitha Found the Right Career at the Right Time
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to re-enter the workplace after years of taking a break? Many people who experience a long gap in their resume are nervous about applying for a new job. The good news is that most companies value your experience and skills as long as you are passionate and able to adapt quickly.
Roswitha Remling, a Tech Support Triage Engineer at MongoDB, experienced this first-hand. Before she came to MongoDB, she took a break from working for several years to explore the world and learn about what it was she really wanted to do. She's visited 92 countries, 7 continents, and has even learned how to fly a plane!
Announcing the 2018 Hacktoberfest Winner
On behalf of my team and everyone at MongoDB, I'm excited to announce the winner of the MongoDB Hacktoberfest - Best use of Stitch contest - Stephanie Orpilla with their application, MorningPages. It's an application designed to improve users creativity by ensuring that they write every day.