Reminder: Early Bird registration for MongoDB Atlanta

Just a short reminder from the 10gen team:

Early Bird ticket sales for MongoDB Atlanta will be closing on March 23, 2012. Friday will be your last chance to take advantage of a $50 discount on admission (discounted student tickets are also available).

At MongoDB Atlanta you'll hear from the members of the team at 10gen who work on MongoDB every day. Presentations from 10gen engineers will cover topics including application development, deployment, and the newest features in MongoDB.

MongoDB Atlanta will also highlight several use cases from the local MongoDB user community. Some key sessions to look forward to:

  • Journaling and the Storage Engine (Mathias Stearn, 10gen)
  • Rapid and Scalable Development with MongoDB, PyMongo, and Ming (Rick Copeland, Arborian Consulting)
  • Schema Design Principles and Practice (Jesse Jiryu Davis, 10gen)
  • Mission Critical MongoDB (Kevin Calcagno, Lulu)
  • Building your first MongoDB Application (Sandeep Parikh, 10gen)

We have an exciting presentation agenda for the event, and we hope that you'll be able to join us. Remember to purchase your tickets on or before March 23rd to lock in your Early Bird discount.

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