Recap: MongoDB Boulder 2012

MongoDB Boulder transformed the Boulder Marriott into a hive of MongoDB passion and learning, attracting over 220 attendees from around the region.

Representing 10gen was President Max Schireson as well as software engineer Dan Crosta, Robert Stam, Kyle Banker (author of MongoDB in Action) and Ryan Nitz. Max kicked off and concluded the day, providing an overview of MongoDB and latest developments, as well as a vision for the platform’s future.

MongoDB Boulder also featured guest speakers including Chris Merz (MapMyFITNESS), Nathan Wells (Adaptive Computing), and David Blado (OpenShift).

Covering a range of MongoDB topics from how and when to scale MongoDB with sharding to developing iPhone and Android applications with MongoDB backends for the cloud, MongoDB Boulder imparted on attendees concrete lessons to better manage their MongoDB deployment.

Miss MongoDB Boulder this year or want to relive the glory? Keep an eye out for videos and presentations from the conference which will be posted on our site shortly.

Huge thanks to all our speakers and attendees - see you next year, Boulder!

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