NoSQL is the new normal (the video!)
As enterprises become more data-driven, NoSQL is increasingly the "new normal" for data infrastructure. 10gen vice president Matt Asay presented on this topic at QCon in London ( video and slides available here ), and will be presenting a webinar on this topic on Tuesday, April 23. Please register today to learn why NoSQL is the new normal...including within your enterprise.
Recap: MongoDB at QCon and PyCon
Last week, 10gen Engineers visited two major industry conventions—PyCon 2012, in Santa Clara, CA, and QCon, in London, UK. Rick Copeland and Bernie Hackett presented “ MongoDB and Python ,” an intermediate-level tutorial for developers using Python, MongoDB, and the object-documment mapper Ming. 10gen engineers Jesse Jiryu Davis and Dan Crosta also attended Presentation Materials MongoDB and Python (poster) Meanwhile, in London, 10gen CTO Dwight Merriman and EMEA Technical Director Alvin Richards attended QCon, where Dwight joined in the panel discussion on “Future of Data Architecture: NoSQL, Big Data, Linked Data and the Cloud.” Alvin presented “You’ve built your application. So what next?” as part of the Big Data/NoSQL track, covering best practices for deploying and scaling an application built on MongoDB. You’ve built your application. So what next? (presentation materials) Future of Data Architecture: NoSQL, Big Data, Linked Data and the Cloud (panel) Tagged with: qcon, pycon, london, database, open source, python, ming, dwight merriman, alvin richards, jesse jiryu davis, dan crosta, pymongo, rick copeland, MongoDB, Mongo, NoSQL, Polyglot persistence, 10gen