MongoDB $weeklyUpdate #74 (June 17, 2022): Vercel, MEAN Stack, & Mongoose

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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 Megan Grant.


:mortar_board: Freshest Tutorials on DevHub

Want to find the latest MongoDB tutorials and articles created for developers, by developers? Look no further than our DevHub!

How to Connect MongoDB Atlas to Vercel Using the New Integration


This tutorial will work with any frontend framework if Next.js isn’t your preference.

Serverless MEAN Stack Applications with Cloud Run and MongoDB Atlas

Abirami Sukumaran

Learn how Cloud Run and MongoDB come together to enable a completely serverless MEAN stack application development experience.

Getting Started with MongoDB & Mongoose


In this article, we’ll learn how Mongoose, a third-party library for MongoDB, can help you to structure and access your data with ease.

From Zero to Mobile Developer in 40 Minutes

Andrew Morgan

Video showing how to build your first iOS app using SwiftUI and Realm.

:tv: MongoDB on Twitch & YouTube

We stream tech tutorials, live coding, and talk to members of our community via Twitch and YouTube. Sometimes, we even stream twice a week! Be sure to follow us on Twitch and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified of every stream!

Latest Stream

More Video Goodness

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:studio_microphone: Last Word on the MongoDB Podcast

Latest Episode

Catch up on past episodes:

Ep. 113 - MongoDB World 2022 - Know Before You Go

Ep. 112 - Dr. Sasha Fedorova of MongoDB Labs

Ep. 111 - Kunal Lanjewar of That Game Company at GDC

(Not listening on Spotify? We got you! We’re most likely on your favorite podcast network, including Apple Podcasts, PlayerFM, Podtail, and Listen Notes :blush:)

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