Welcome to MongoDB $weeklyUpdate, a weekly digest of MongoDB tutorials, articles, and community spotlights!
Hacktoberfest is a month-long celebration of open source software first created by DigitalOcean in 2013. Check out last week’s $weeklyUpdate to see all the details and find out how you can participate!
So many of you have already contributed to our Hacktoberfest repos…THANK YOU! Some contributor shout outs:
ENHANCEMENT: Store country code in Vessel Information page
nugmanoff adds a much needed enhancement to our O-Fish iOS app. Thank you!
FIX: Removed Boarding Information heading and filter options
Thank you to k-charette for contributing to our O-Fish web app!
FIX: Vessel page should show unique home port names only
Thank you antwonthegreat for contributing to the O-Fish web app!
ENHANCEMENT: Adding alt text to build charts overview and deploy pages
wlcreate adds a much needed enhancement to the WildAid site! Thank you!
ENHANCEMENT: Adding alt-text tags to iOS usage pages
kandarppatel28 adds a much needed enhancement to the WildAid site! Thank you!
ENHANCEMENT: Adding alt-text tags to Create Compliance Charts - Numbers page
RuchaYagnik adds alt-text tags on the WildAid site! Thank you!
ENHANCEMENT: Add alt text to HomeScreenA and LoginA
gabrielhicks adds much needed alt-text to the WildAid site! Thank you!
We are INCREDIBLY happy and thankful for your Hacktoberfest contributions! Looking forward to the rest of October!
ICYMI on the DevHub
Want to find the latest MongoDB tutorials and articles written for developers, by developers? Look no further than our DevHub!
MongoDB Cheat Sheet
Need the most-used MongoDB commands in one place? Check out Maxime Beugnet’s super handy cheat sheet for a bookmark-worth cheat sheet! Max also lists some handy tips and quick references in there too!
A Gentle Introduction to Linked Lists With MongoDB
Are you new to data structures and algorithms? Joe Karlsson’s got you! Here, Joe explains Linked Lists, one of the most important data structures in computer science!
Creating a User Profile Store for a Game With Node.js and MongoDB
Most games keep track of their players’ stats. How many wins (or losses!), XP points, and so much more. In our own game dev series, we’ve created a user profile store for our Plummeting People game! Check out this tutorial by Karen Huaulme and Nic Raboy!
The MongoDB Realm Hackathon Experience
With Covid19 putting an end to in-person events, we wanted to engage directly with developers utilizing the recently announced MongoDB Realm public beta, and so the Realm Hackathon was conceived. Check out Shane McAllister’s recap, lessons, and insights of MongoDB’s first digital Hackathon!
Last Week 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!
Last Friday, Lauren Schaefer made her Twitch debut! Tune in to the replay to learn about the schema design anti-patterns you should avoid when working with MongoDB!
And if you want to really delve into the anti-patterns, check out Lauren’s new video, Schema Design Anti-Patterns - Part 1!
Episode 5: Level Design and Player Animation in Unity
In this episode, Nic and Adrienne start building out the first level in Plummeting People! Using tilemaps and animators, they have created a working level and animated Plummie! Watch now!
Episode 6 is on Oct 14, 10:30am PT. Join us in the chat and help us build this game!
Last Word on the MongoDB Podcast
Episode 20: MongoDB Charts with Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander
This week, hosts Nic Raboy & Mike Lynn chat with Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander about MongoDB Charts! Visualizing the data you have in MongoDB has never been easier
Every week, we pick interesting articles, questions, and more from all over the internet! Be sure to use the #MongoDB hashtag when posting on dev.to or leave a comment on my weekly Tweets. You might be featured in an upcoming edition!
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Watch our team do their thang at various conferences, meetups, and podcasts around the world (virtually, for now).
Oct 15th: TestCon Europe
Serverless application development is fabulous…but if you don’t have a CI/CD pipeline with a strong foundation of test automation, you’ll likely fail. Don’t let that happen by tuning into Lauren Schaefer’s talk “DevOps + MongoDB Realm Serverless Apps = ”!
Oct 15th: NDC Sydney
If you’re like many developers, relational databases are your bread and butter. But then…NoSQL databases came along. What is this? Is this better than a relational database? What do we need another database technology for? Check out Adrienne Tacke’s definitive guide on NoSQL databases and tune in to her talk at NDC Sydney!
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