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Ep. 109 Prisma and MongoDB - Better Together

Prisma is an open-source ORM for Node.js and TypeScript that helps developers build faster and make fewer errors. On this episode, host Mike Lynn sits down with Nikolas Burk and Matt Miller of the Prisma team to discuss the Prisma + MongoDB Launch Week. Nikolas is a Developer Advocate and Matt is a Product Manager at Prisma, and together they're here to outline what Prisma is now capable of with MongoDB support, including effects on developer workflows and efficiency. Other topics of conversation include: How Prisma's introspection capabilities allow for flexible schemas in database management.Relational databases, embedded documents, and inferring relationshipsWhat the Prisma + MongoDB relationship was like throughout beta phase to production readyHow Matt and Nikolas ended up at PrismaPrisma and making the experience of modeling data really easyImpacts on data migration, emphasis on typescript and type safety, and other benefitsCheck out Prisma:https://www.prisma.io/https://twitter.com/prismahttps://www.linkedin.com/company/prisma-io/https://www.prisma.io/blog/More about Prisma + MongoDB Launch Weekhttps://www.prisma.io/mongodb-launch/

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Ep. 108 Exploring Postman with Arlemi Turpault

Postman is an application used for API testing. It is an HTTP client that tests HTTP requests, utilizing a graphical user interface, through which we obtain different types of responses that need to be subsequently validated. In this episode of the MongoDB Podcast, Michael Lynn discusses Postman with Arlemi Turpault, Senior Developer Advocate at Postman.

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Ep. 107 Introduction to WiredTiger with Dr. Michael Cahill

It's not every day that you get to spend time with a database industry legend. Today is that day. Dr. Michael Cahill is the VP Labs at MongoDB. Prior to leading Labs, he co-founded, and co-architected WiredTiger, the company and the storage engine respectively. His work on multiversion concurrency control and serializable isolation snapshotting has won the SIGMOD Test of Time award and his groundbreaking work on the Berkeley Database remains some of the most popular open source database software ever written. WiredTiger became the default storage engine after MongoDB acquired WiredTiger the company in 2015.MongoDB World 2022 - June 7-9th Register today using code "PODCAST" for a 25% discount.https://www.mongodb.com/world-2022

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Ep. 106 Securing the Internet with Josh Aas, Sarah Gran of ISRG

In this episode of the podcast, we talk with Josh Aas, and Sarah Gran of the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) to learn about their mission to secure the Internet through projects like Let's Encrypt, the automated digital certificate authority, and Prossimo, which focuses on transforming risks around memory safety in popular open source projects.

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Welcome to the MongoDB Podcast

Welcome to the show. My name is Michael Lynn and I'm a developer advocate at MongoDB. I've spent most of my career as a software engineer, working with software and data in various industries. And I'm so excited to sit down each week with folks that have done the same. These are engineers, developers, founders of companies, CTO, CEOs, anybody innovating with software and.And the goal of the podcast is really to share what they've learned through the process of building something amazing in the hope that maybe you'll learn something and improve the way you're doing something. Learn about a new tool, uh, learn about Mongo DB, maybe learn about the Mongo DB application data platform.If you're listening and you like what you hear, I'd like to ask you for a favor. If you could leave a comment and a rating on the podcast network that you're listening. That'd be super helpful. Thanks everybody. Talk to you soon in the next episode.Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mongodb-podcast/id1500452446Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0ibUtrJG4JVgwfvB2MXMSbGoogle: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL2ZlZWRzLmxpYnN5bi5jb20vMjQ2ODE4L3Jzcw

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Ep. 105 The MongoDB World 2022 Hackathon

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 '22Visit 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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Ep. 104 Scaling Iron Mountain with MongoDB

Happy World Backup Day!!! Consider Your Cloud Backup Strategy on World Backup Day, March 31 Iron Mountain processes millions of documents for many of the top Fortune 500 companies and globally across five major markets. They digitize and ingest these documents, process them to classify, enrich and extract metadata for our customers. In 2021, they digitized over 870 million pages of documents, which is enough to spread from Atlanta, Georgia to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Today on the show, Adam Williams, Sr. Director of Platform Engineering at Iron Mountain joins Michael to talk about how Iron Mountain is leveraging MongoDB to efficiently, and securely achieve massive scale. Iron Mountain is Hiring! To find out more, visit https://ironmountain.jobs/  

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Ep. 103 Exploring NFTs and Crypto with Professor Cardano

While the crypto market never fails to attract masses of attention, it was Non-Fungible Tokens – or NFTs as we more commonly know them – that exploded into the mainstream in 2021. From a trading volume of around $100m in 2020, the arrival of celebrities, sportstars, and global brands – creating everything from collectibles and digital art to gaming and assets for the metaverse – drove NFT trading to an estimated $22bn in 2021.  Launched in July 2021, CNFT.IO is a marketplace for NFTs, and the first ever built on the Cardano blockchain. Within just six months of its debut, close to $200m of NFTs had been traded on CNFT.IO, representing 80%+ of all NFTs sold on Cardano, and growing at around $1m per day. As of early 2022, the CNFT.IO marketplace serves 150,000 users, and lists over 1.1 million assets in its catalog. Professor Cardano sits down with Michael to explore the world of Cryptocurrencies and NFTs.  Read more about CNFT.io and MongoDB here.  

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Ep. 102 Changing the Game with MongoDB

Data has always been an essential part of video games. From player profiles to telemetry, matchmaking to leaderboards, data is crucial to making games work – and making them better. Recent trends in gaming make data even more important. When you’re choosing a database for your next video game, consider your data requirements. Modern games are multiplayer and online, reach massive scale, and must evolve quickly to stay relevant. Join Michael Lynn as he discusses data, and the impact MongoDB has on Game Development with Sig Narvaez, and Jim Blackhurst. To learn more about how MongoDB impacts Game Development visit: https://www.mongodb.com/use-cases/gaming To learn about MongoDB at the Game Developers Conference, visit: https://www.mongodb.com/gdc To learn more about the Game Developers Conference, visit: https://gdconf.com If you're planning on visiting GDC, remember to visit us at P1561 in Center Hall to learn more about MongoDB, snag some exclusive gaming swag, and chat with MongoDB’s leading experts in gaming! Mention "PODCAST" to receive a special gift!

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Ep. 101 Debunking the Myth of Going Schemaless

Developers everywhere have embraced document databases. But in many cases, it’s for the wrong reasons. Take the current hype around going schemaless — it’s almost too easy to store arbitrary JSON or XML in a document database. But if you expect to filter, modify and retrieve it efficiently, you may be setting yourself up for disappointment. On today's episode, we're talking with John Page, Distinguished Engineer at MongoDB about the concepts and myths surrounding the schemaless nature of document databases and MongoDB. John's Blog: https://medium.com/@johnlpageJohn's Article on The New Stack: https://thenewstack.io/debunking-the-myth-of-going-schemaless/MongoDB is coming to the Game Developers Conference March 21st thru March 25th. Stop by the MongoDB booth to share your story with the Podcast. Mention the word podcast to receive a special SWAG Surprise. MongoDB World is coming to New York City June 7th - 9th. Visit https://mongodb.com/world-2022 for more details. Be sure to use the code "PODCAST" for an additional 25% discount

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Ep. 100 Twilio and MongoDB with Liz Moy

Twilio was founded in 2008 by Jeff Lawson, Evan Cooke, and John Wolthuis. Millions of developers around the world have used Twilio to unlock the magic of communications to improve any human experience. Twilio has democratized communications channels like voice, text, chat, video, and email by virtualizing the world’s communications infrastructure through APIs that are simple enough for any developer to use, yet robust enough to power the world’s most demanding applications. By making communications a part of every software developer’s toolkit, Twilio is enabling innovators across every industry — from emerging leaders to the world’s largest organizations — to reinvent how companies engage with their customers.   On this episode, we chat with Liz Moy, Developer Evangelist at Twilio to learn more about how Twilio simplifies adding communication to your applications and works well with MongoDB. Twilio and MongoDB Tutorials + Blog Posts https://www.twilio.com/blog/automatically-trigger-twilio-sms-mongodb-mongodb-functions https://dev.to/twilio/save-user-input-via-slackbot-with-twilio-autopilot-functions-and-mongodb-3i13 https://www.twilio.com/docs/voice/tutorials/automated-survey-node-express Contact Liz: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lizmoy/ https://twitter.com/Ecmoy

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Ep. 99 Exploring Growth Engineering at MongoDB

Growth engineering, sometimes referred to as "growth hacking" is a technical, and systematic approach to growing the number of users of a given application or platform. Growth engineers are always coming up with new ideas and experiments to improve the users' experience. They do this by testing user behavior, and providing differing interfaces to select populations of users to see which one yields the intended results. Today, we chat with the team responsible for growth at MongoDB. Jesse Krasnostein, and Akshay Sadarangani chat about the science of growth engineering, the tools they use as well as the background and skills they leverage as part of this fascinating specialization. To learn more about career opportunities like this one, visit https://www.mongodb.com/careers

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