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5 Steps to Prepare for MongoNYC

With just two weeks to go, MongoNYC is coming up fast. With four tracks and over 50 sessions , you’ll have a lot to choose from at the event. Here are some tips to help you get prepared—and excited—for the event on May 23rd. 1. Schedule an ...Ask the Experts“ Session MongoDB days are an excellent opportunity to speak with MongoDB's core contributors who remain the foremost experts on the database. At MongoNYC, we'll be hosting ...Ask the Experts“ sessions to offer you specialized, 15 minute sessions with 10gen's engineers. Spots are limited so sign up now before the conference. Email to reserve your slot. 2. Sign up for a seat in the Build an IRC Service with MongoDB Reserve your seat now for this this interactive session. You can follow along as 10gen's CTO and co-founder, Eliot Horowitz, walks you through building an IRC service using MongoDB. This is a half-day track the morning of MongoNYC and is a great opportunity to learn about important concepts in MongoDB. Attendees who pre-register for this session will get a reserved seat at a table with power supply. Email us to reserve your seat. 3. Download GuideBook App MongoNYC has gone mobile! Using Guidebook App, you can view the MongoNYC schedule, maps, twitter, alerts, more on your iPhone/Android. Visit the MongoNYC Guidebook page to download the app. 4. Review the agenda and plan your day With multiple tracks and 40+ sessions, there is a lot to experience at MongoNYC. Don't wait until you are sitting in the audience at the keynote to look at the agenda. Plan your day now. Get the most out of the conference sessions and networking opportunities. Most importantly, make sure to leave time for the after-party. MongoNYC Agenda 5. Update your social network Now that you know what you are doing on the 23rd, let your friends know too. Find your friends and make new ones with Qrious . Tweet about your attendance using the #mongonyc hashtag, add the MongoNYC event to your LinkedIn profile, and don't forget to check-in on foursquare while you're there! Enjoy your day at MongoNYC! If you haven’t signed up yet, get your tickets now. Tagged with: mongonyc, nyc, nyc tech, MongoDB, Mongo, NoSQL, Polyglot persistence, 10gen

May 10, 2012