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Ep. 105 The MongoDB World 2022 Hackathon

Published Apr 04, 2022
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MongoDB World Hackathon '22

Build your way to MongoDB World this year by competing in our hackathon. This year’s theme is “Data as news - A hackathon for information overload”.  On this episode, Shane McAllister joins us along with Mark Smith, and Adrienne Tacke from the MongoDB Developer Relations team to talk about the MongoDB World Hackathon '22


Visit https://www.mongodb.com/world-2022/agenda-and-activities for more information.


Humanity faces massive challenges with news & information overload! Fortunately, there are public datasets that enable developers to build useful insights on top of public data. Put on your thinking hat, enter on your own or form a team, and participate in the largest MongoDB sponsored hackathon, bring your ideas to life and compete to win one-of-a-kind prizes.


The MongoDB World Hackathon is a 6 week long competition for the world's hackers, designers, and makers. The MongoDB World Hackathon is a great opportunity to gain experience with new technologies and learn new skills.

Submissions close at 5pm EST on May 20th.


Visit https://www.mongodb.com/world-2022/agenda-and-activities for more information.


Don't forget to use code PODCAST when registering for MongoDB World for a 25% discount! https://www.mongodb.com/world-2022

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