On Thursday MongoDB core committer Eliot Horowitz presented to the New York MongoDB User Group on the latest features in v2.0. The event was hosted by Sailthru, a MongoDB-powered startup doing intelligent email marketing. The meetup was announced Monday night and within a day was oversubscribed. After the presentation, we all went out for drinks to celebrate the release.
The NY MUG has over 1,000 members and meets monthly. There are also MongoDB user groups in San Francisco, Washington DC, London, Boston, Japan, and more. And if there isn’t a MongoDB meetup in your city, we’re happy to support you if you would like to start one.
In case you missed the meetup, video and photos are posted below. Enjoy!
Take the MongoDB bus to the fall hackNY hackathon
10gen is excited to participate in the fall hackNY hackathon on October 1-2. hackNY connects talented students with New York City startups through hackathons and summer fellowships. We’ve been honored to participate in the hackNY program since its inception. We have had two great summer fellows who made substantial contributions to MongoDB, and we’ve helped many students use MongoDB in their hacks. For this year’s event, we wanted to help draw students from other cities to show them the vibrant startup culture in New York City. To that end, we’re pleased to announce that 10gen is sponsoring free transportation to the hackathon via the hackNY bus. We’ll be making stops in Cambridge, Boston, Providence, and New Haven. We only have 50 spots on the bus so register now: http://hacknybus.eventbrite.com/ Looking forward to seeing you at the hackathon!
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