Welcome to MongoDB $weeklyUpdate!
Here, you’ll find the latest developer tutorials, upcoming official MongoDB events, and get a heads up on our latest Twitch streams and podcast, curated by Adrienne Tacke.
Freshest Tutorials on DevHub
Want to find the latest MongoDB tutorials and articles created for developers, by developers? Look no further than our DevHub!
In this post, we will cover some more advanced Online Archive use cases, including setting up custom archival rules and how to improve query performance through partitioning.
Didn’t get a chance to attend the Easy Realm JWT Authentication with CosyncJWT Meetup? Don’t worry, we recorded the session and you can now watch it at your leisure to get you caught up.
In this episode of the podcast, we sit down with Jeremy to talk about the PHP Driver and some of the history of PHP and MongoDB.
Learn how to use MongoDB Realm Sync with Android.
Official MongoDB Events
Attend an official MongoDB event near you (virtual for now)! Chat with MongoDB experts, learn something new, meet other developers, and win some swag!
June 17 (4:00 PM GMT | Global) - Building Serverless Event-Driven Applications with MongoDB Realm and Amazon EventBridge
June 23 (4:00 PM GMT | Global) - Intro to MongoDB for Developers
June 30 (3:00 PM GMT | Global) - Realm Swift - KeyPath Filtering & AutoOpen
MongoDB on Twitch
We stream tech tutorials, live coding, and talk to members of our community every Friday. Sometimes, we even stream twice a week! Be sure to follow us on Twitch to be notified of every stream!
Follow us on Twitch so you never miss a stream!
Last Word on the MongoDB Podcast
Catch up on past episodes:
Watch our team do their thang at various conferences, meetups, and podcasts around the world (virtually, for now). Also, find external articles and guest posts from our DevRel team here!
June 14 - 17: Berlin Buzzwords
June 21: Lesbians Who Tech Summit
Adrienne Tacke will be speaking at Lesbians Who Tech Summit!
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