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Nominations for the 2016 MongoDB Masters Program are Open

We’re excited to announce that nominations for membership in next year's MongoDB Masters program are now open. New members will be announced in June and will be invited to participate in the MongoDB Masters Summit held before MongoDB World. What is the MongoDB Masters program? The Masters program is a special effort to gather a group of experts outside of MongoDB for the sake of sharing knowledge, educating other users, and serving as leaders in our community. The folks we're looking to attract have both real world experience with MongoDB and exceptional expertise within their domain. How will Masters be chosen? MongoDB Masters are our best community advocates and MongoDB experts. This year we will be choosing MongoDB Masters based on their work in the Advocacy Hub. What is the MongoDB Advocacy Hub? Advocacy Hub is a portal designed to engage our most enthusiastic users in a personal fashion. The Hub is a place where they can learn more about MongoDB but also increase technical skills and understanding. Members of the Hub, who we call Giants, complete challenges and earn points for participating in the community. We’ve already seen a great amount of interest in the short time since its launch. This year, we are using the hub to identify and reward our best advocates, and put new candidates on the path towards becoming a Master. Anyone in the MongoDB Community can join the Advocacy Hub through our open sign up. Those who excel on the Hub will become contenders for the MongoDB Masters Program. Nominations You can nominate a MongoDB Master by joining the Advocacy Hub and completing the “Nominate a Master” challenge. You can nominate yourself if you’d like to be a Master. It will only take you 3 minutes. Once you’re done, have a peek around and see the other technical challenges that you can complete to learn more about MongoDB. We look forward to seeing your nominations! Community participation provides us with the feedback required to make our product better, for users to share experiences, and for the expansion of knowledge and expertise around MongoDB. We’re looking forward to seeing your nominations and announcing the next Masters! Become an active member of our community. Join the Advocacy Hub About the Author - Bryan Reinero Bryan is US Developer Advocate at MongoDB fostering understanding and engagement in the community. Previously Bryan was a Senior Consulting Engineer at MongoDB, helping users optimize MongoDB for scale and performance and a contributor to the Java Driver for MongoDB. Earlier, Bryan was Software Engineering Manager at Valueclick, building and managing large scale marketing applications for advertising, retargeting, real-time bidding and campaign optimization. Earlier still, Bryan specialized in software for embedded systems at Ricoh Corporation and developed data analysis and signal processing software at the Experimental Physics Branch of Ames Research Center.

January 15, 2016

This Week in MongoDB May 20-28

Here's what's going on in the MongoDB community this week: Learn More Free Online Class, MongoDB for Developers, Begins June 17 Using MongoDB for @Groupon's Place Data Release r2013.05.19 of the mgo MongoDB driver for the Go Language is out eBay's first #Nodejs application, powered by MongoDB Slides and Videos from MongoDB San Francisco Early Bird Ticket prices for MongoDB NYC End this Week. See the full agenda with talks from experienced MongoDB users, core contributors, ecosystem partners and IT professionals in the first ever Business Track Upcoming MongoDB Days MongoDB Pittsburgh June 3 MongoDB Israel June 16 MongoDB New York City June 21 Upcoming Webinars: May 21: The State of the Nodestack May 22: Indexing and Query Optimization May 23: How Financial Firms Create a Single Customer View with MongoDB May 29: Best Practices for Securing and Protecting MongoDB Data May 30: Analytics with NoSQL: Why, for What and When? June 6: MongoDB for Content Management h3. User Groups and Events this Week May 20 PHP Evangelist Jeremy Mikola is speaking at Symfony Live! this week May Israel MongoDB User Group May 21 David Wihil will present MongoDB and Meteor at Gander, at the Boston MUG The MEAN Stack: (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js and Node.js) and Mosuq at the NYC MongoDB User Group Learn to Build Node.js applications with MongoDB and Socket.io at the Atlanta MUG May 22 Greg Studer will be at FOSS4G presenting the new Geo features in MongoDB 2.4 10gen will be exhibiting at the Nordic Game Developer Conference Have something you'd like to share? Let us know

May 20, 2013