On 20 March, the MongoDB team will be in Sydney for this year’s largest MongoDB event in the Southern hemisphere. Join local members of the tech community for a day that’s jam-packed with technical content, swag, food, and a drinks reception!
At MongoDB.local Sydney, you’ll get to participate in 15+ sessions focusing on topics including:
- Using Change Streams to Keep Up with Your Data
- Building Your First App with MongoDB Stitch
- The Path to Transactions: WiredTiger Timestamps
- The Path to Truly Understanding Your MongoDB Data
- Pipeline Power: Doing More with MongoDB Aggregation Framework
The cherry on top? A keynote from MongoDB CTO and Co-founder Eliot Horowitz, who will give you all the details on what’s new in MongoDB 3.6.
Ask the Experts
If you have a MongoDB question you’ve been meaning to ask, or an idea you’d like an expert on the database to give input on, schedule an appointment at the Ask the Experts table. You’ll get a 30-minute, complimentary consulting slot with a MongoDB engineer. They will be equipped with whiteboards, so you can get creative!
If you’ve attended a MongoDB event before, you already know that you will walk away with brand new swag items. This time will be no different. Can you guess what you’ll receive at MongoDB.local Sydney? Let us know.
With so much relevant information to absorb in a day (and probably a few emails to respond to in between sessions), the conference struggle can be real. But no worries, we’ll keep you focused by providing breakfast, lunch, and plenty of coffee and tea throughout the day.
Ahhh, perhaps the most fun part of the day. After spending time investing in your technical education, you can grab a drink (non-alcoholic options available) and a bite to eat before heading home. This is your opportunity to digest what you’ve learned, connect with the local community, and strike up a conversation with your favorite speakers of the day.
Ready to participate? Sign up for your conference pass today. You won’t regret it!
Date: 20 March, 2018
Time: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Location: Doltone House - Darling Island Wharf, 48 Pirrama Road Pyrmont, NSW 2009