GIANT Stories at MongoDB

Python and MongoDB: How does MongoDB use Python?

After staffing the MongoDB booth at the recent PyCon, John Yu came away with the one question that so many people asked: "How does MongoDB use Python?". In this post, John sets out to answer that question, from in-house use to published code.

Father's Day at MongoDB

Jess Katz

Culture

In honor of this upcoming Father’s Day, we want to take the time to highlight some of the amazing fathers who work at MongoDB. Jason, Dennis, and Doron share their experiences about what it’s like to be a working father and how parenthood has impacted their perspectives on life.

MongoDB Hosts the Second Annual Women in Computer Science Summit in NYC

MongoDB NYC hosted its second annual Women in Computer Science Summit on April 12th with extraordinary students who are passionate about technology and building their dream careers.

SDR Series: From the nonprofit world to selling at MongoDB — Meet Daniel Reyna

Being a Sales Development Rep, or SDR, is often a first step to jump-starting a career in sales. At MongoDB, we have a culture that celebrates differences, fosters growth and enablement, and ensures that we provide our SDRs with the tools and the confidence that they need to grow their careers.

In this post, you will meet Daniel Reyna, who came from the non-profit sector before joining MongoDB in October, 2017, and has already been promoted five times since he first started as an SDR

SDR Series: Moving Across the World to Build an SDR Program in Australia – Meet Ed Liao

Ed Liao

Company, Culture

Being a Sales Development Rep, or SDR, is often a first step to jump-starting a career in sales. At MongoDB, we have a culture that celebrates differences, fosters growth and enablement, and ensures that we provide our SDRs with the tools and the confidence that they need to grow their careers.

In this post, you will meet Ed Liao, who started a pilot project at MongoDB that was incredibly successful, and will now be moving from Austin, TX to Sydney, Australia to grow MongoDB’s business in ANZ.

Real Stories from Real Moms of MongoDB

Jess Katz

Culture

In honor of this past Mother’s Day, we want to take the time to highlight some of the amazing mothers who work at MongoDB. Meghan, Ozge, and Lauren share their experiences about what it’s like to be a working mother and how motherhood has impacted their perspectives on life.

CSM Series: Impacting the Customer Journey — Meet Taylor Francis

At MongoDB, we help our customers transform their ideas into reality. Our global Customer Success Managers are an integral part of a customer’s MongoDB journey and success in achieving ambitious goals. They are trusted advisors and the “go-to” people for best practices and advice.

MongoDB’s “CSM Series” explores the growth of our Customer Success Managers and the unique opportunities they help our customers explore, as well as the innovative techniques they use to build and shape our program.

SDR Series: Building a new career in sales — Meet Gracie Harris

Being a Sales Development Rep, or SDR, is often a first step to jump-starting a career in sales. At MongoDB, we have a culture that celebrates differences, fosters growth and enablement, and ensures that we provide our SDRs with the tools and the confidence that they need to grow their careers

In this first post, you meet Gracie Harris, who is a world traveler and an amazing Account Development Representative who is excited to grow her career on the SDR team.

MongoDB Named One of the 25 Highest Rated Public Cloud Computing Companies to Work For

At MongoDB, we are very proud of our culture and were recently recognized by Battery Ventures in their “25 Highest Rated Public Cloud Computing Companies To Work For." This is a list based on Glassdoor ratings and reviews left by employees. We’ve entered this list for the first time and we are really honored to be featured on it.

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.