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Ep. 97 Battlefy Esports Tournament Platform and MongoDB

With nearly 500 billion gamers worldwide, the Esports industry market is approaching $200 billion USD. Today's gamers are engaging in fierce competition for cash and prizes and on today's episode, Michael chats with Ronald Chen, Principal Software Engineer at Battlefy, one of the most popular Esports Tournament companies.  Ronald has been working on the Battlefy platform since 2013 and talks about the motivations for using MongoDB and why the document model works so well for modern applications. Ronald writes about his experience on the Battlefy Blog. You can read more at https://blog.battlefy.com Battlefy is hiring! https://apply.workable.com/battlefy/

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Ep. 96 - Christmas Lights and Webcams with the MongoDB Data API

When you think of the Holidays, I'll bet the first thing you think of is the MongoDB Atlas Data API... right? Ok, maybe not the first thing for you, but it was one of the first things my colleague John Page thought of. He's put together a very cool holiday project that exposes a string of lights via the MongoDB Atlas Data API and it enables you to interact and change the lights on his tree. To get more information about this amazing project, read his recent article on the MongoDB Developer Blog here at https://www.mongodb.com/developer/article/christmas_2021_mongodb_data_api/. You can link directly to the tree project here.  Thanks to John for building this great, inspirational project and thanks to all of you for listening throughout the year. 

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Ep. 95 Life At MongoDB: Exploring Cloud Support with Mark Kirpichnikov and Jon Fanti

As of 2019, over 50% of global enterprises use at least one public cloud platform for their everyday business operations. Since then, that number has nearly doubled with many analysts predicting a similar, if not greater, jump into 2022.  The continuing flood of businesses migrating infrastructures to the cloud has fueled explosive growth. IDC forecasts the combined public cloud Infrastructure and Platform workloads market will grow to a whopping $400 billion dollars by 2025.  For developers, engineers and those interested in technology, this presents a massive opportunity. Companies of all sizes continue to seek out cloud computing expertise, offering some of the highest salaries in the tech domain.  If you’re interested in software, technology, and data… you may be thinking that you need to learn to write code and build something in order to find employment in today’s fast-paced, tech-focused economy. However… think again. We’re going to look at a corner of the cloud, you may have overlooked. Mark Kirpichnikov is a Cloud Support Associate and today he, along with his manager, Jon Fanti help me dive into and learn more about the Cloud Support roles. for more information about career opportunities within Technical Services at MongoDB, Visit:  https://www.mongodb.com/careers/departments/customer-engineering Check out this article from Alex Bevilacqua on the Technical Services Engineer Role.

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Ep. 94 DevOps, IaC, Terraform and MongoDB with John Fahl

John Fahl is a freelance DevOps and Security Consultant. He's worked with numerous customers to help them transform, and adopt a DevOps mindset in their software development and deployment practices. On today's show Michael and John explore DevOps for a better definition, and talk about some of the tools, processes and benefits of implementing a more collaborative approach to the development, deployment and operations lifecycle.  John's Web Site: https://thedarkwriter.io John's Article on DevOps (Medium):  https://medium.com/@jvftuo/my-journey-to-devops-eb655684a814 John's Book - Miraden's Folly: Her Soul of Fire Book One: https://amzn.to/304AjYa John's Client (MagicBus): https://www.magicbus.io/ HashiCorp Terraform: https://www.terraform.io/ Dominic Wellington (LinkedIn) Roll For Enterprise Podcast

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Ep. 93 Swyx - Learn in Public and Temporal

Swyx is Head of Developer Experience at Temporal.io. He's written a book entitled Learn in Public - The Coding Career Handbook. The book is a great resource for developers of all experience levels.  Buy the Book: https://learninpublic.org Use the Coupon Code MongoDB30 for a discount. Find Swyx on Twitter: https://twitter.com/swyx Read more about Temporal, the workflow engine for microservices: https://docs.temporal.io/docs/typescript/introduction/ Check out MongoDB University https://university.mongodb.com - Build your MongoDB skills and advance your career with courses and certification. Learn to build better, faster applications for free.

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Ep. 92 Introducing the MongoDB Atlas Data API with Sumedha Mehta

The MongoDB Data API lets you read and modify data in MongoDB Atlas over HTTP. You don't need any additional MongoDB drivers, libraries, or connection strings; just a standard HTTP client and a valid API key. The Data API's endpoints expose actions that are similar to the standard query methods available in MongoDB drivers. You can call them to create, read, update, delete, or aggregate documents in your cluster.  Sumedha Mehta is the Product Manager responsible for the Data API and she joins Michael for a brief introduction to the product, how it works as well as its benefits.  Be sure to check the links below for resources, examples and documentation to help get you started. Screencast Tutorial (Youtube):  https://youtu.be/aVRnDu_BYy8 Documentation: https://docs.atlas.mongodb.com/api/data-api/ Blog Article by John Page: https://www.mongodb.com/developer/quickstart/atlas_data_api_introduction/  

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Ep. 91 Loan Laux - MongoDB and E-Commerce

With Black Friday upon us, let's take this opportunity to focus on solutions in the retail and E-Commerce space. Loan Laux is a freelance developer, and the founder of out:grow, an E-Commerce Agency specializing in helping retailers grow, and migrate to more efficient technology solutions. Loan shares the story of his journey as a developer, as a founder and why MongoDB is an essential and efficient part of the modern E-Commerce technology stack.  To contact Loan, send him an email: llaux@trellis.co You will reach Loan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/loanlaux Be sure to stop by the MongoDB Booth at AWS re:Invent. 

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Ep. 90 John Page and Karen Hualme of MongoDB Developer Relations

MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this episode, Karen Hualme joins the growing ranks of MongoDB Podcast guests and shares her experience as a Principal Developer Advocate. Next, John Page stops by to talk about his favorite announcements from the conference and to share details of the amazing projects he's working on for the MongoDB Community. This episode was brought to you, in part by the MongoDB Engineering team. We're hiring! If you've thought about joining the team that's working hard to improve on the best data platform on the planet, visit https://bit.ly/mongodbengineering to find out more information and apply.  MongoDB Conferences are a great way to connect with the community, learn from others doing what you're doing and they provide a great opportunity to share what you know. MongoDB World Call for Speakers is open! If you want to learn more about speaking at a MongoDB Conference, visit https://bit.ly/speakatworld. If you're concerned that you might not be ready, be sure to check out Episode 75 of this podcast to learn all about the MongoDB Speaker Program.  

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Ep. 89 Richard Collins and DJ Walker Morgan of Studio3T

MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this episode we chat with Richard Collins, CMO and DJ Walker-Morgan of 3T Software - makers of Studio3T. Studio 3T is the professional IDE, client, and GUI for MongoDB. The right tools to get more done in MongoDB – on Atlas or anywhere. To try Studio 3T for free, visit https://studio3t.com/download/  

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Ep. 88 Harry Swan and Cademy

Cademy is a hyper-local educator marketplace that enables content and course creators to more easily administer and market their courses. Reducing the time and effort spent on admin so they can focus on what truly matters - teaching and making your students happy!  Harry Swan is the CTO, and Co-founder of Cademy. He stopped by the podcast booth at MongoDB .Local London to share details of his journey with MongoDB and his thoughts on some of the latest innovations presented at the conference. 

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Ep. 87 Matt Asay and Joe Drumgoole Live at .Local London

MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this, the first in a series episodes recorded live at the event, we chat with two industry veterans, Matt Asay, and Joe Drumgoole.  Matt and Joe share their experience as long time (and in Matt's case, returning) MongoDB employees as well as their thoughts on the latest announcements from the event. 

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Ep. 86 NextJS with Ado Kukic

Next.JS is an open-source JavaScript framework built on top of React. It gives you some great convenience features and offers an opinionated approach to application development that can alleviate a lot of questions about how to accomplish common tasks. Ado Kukic from MongoDB's Developer Advocacy team joins Michael today to share his experience around Next.JS and to help us understand how it works, and how it fits into the application development stack that includes MongoDB.  Be sure to check out the tutorial Ado wrote on integrating MongoDB with Next.JS. https://www.mongodb.com/developer/how-to/nextjs-with-mongodb/

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