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As our series on MongoDB Realm Mobile continues, Shane McAllister returns to help Nic and Michael focus Realm Mobile for Android, Java and Kotlin in an interview with Christian Melchior, Lead Java/Kotlin Engineer on the Realm team. Christian shares a bit about his background transitioning from a Web Developer to the Mobile Space and talks about Mon…
 
The Champions program rewards and recognizes our most active and enthusiastic community members at every stage of their MongoDB journey. From university students to veteran developers, Champions will have the opportunity to help drive the direction of our technologies while making meaningful contributions to the community. In this first episode of …
 
Mark Smith is a Developer Advocate at MongoDB. He’s written a great article entitled “Everything You Know About MongoDB is Wrong” and in this episode, we chat with Mark to get to the truth and identify some of the misconceptions about MongoDB. Myth 0: MongoDB is Web Scale Myth 1: MongoDB is on v3.2 Myth 2: MongoDB is a JSON Database Myth 3: MongoDB…
 
As our series on MongoDB Realm Mobile continues, Shane McAllister returns to help Nic and Michael focus Realm Mobile for iOS in an interview with Jason Flax, Lead Engineer on the Realm team. Jason shares a bit about his background as a mobile application developer before discussing how, and why so many developers are choosing Realm Mobile for their…
 
Brian Jones, Infrastructure Cloud Architect, and Brian Poirier Sr. Infrastructure Engineer from Liberty Mutual Insurance join the show today to talk about their roles in shared services, about the stack of technologies they use and support and how they're working toward migration from a primarily on-premises server environment to one that incorpora…
 
Shane McCallister joins Nic and Michael to welcome Alexander Stigsen, and Ian Ward to the podcast to talk about the driving forces behind the development of the Realm Mobile Database. Alexander is the Co-Founder of Realm, the company acquired by MongoDB in 2019 and Ian Ward is Head of Product Management for the Realm Platform. We learn about the hi…
 
Jodan Stapinksi is a User Interface Engineer at MongoDB and he works on the team that builds and maintains the Developer Hub (https://developer.mongodb.com). In this episode, we discuss Jordan's journey from intern to his role today as a UI Engineer. Jordan helps us understand the technical details of how the Developer Hub was built and the tools, …
 
Ansible is an open-source automation tool, used for configuration management, application deployment, orchestration, and provisioning. Martin Schurz, who works for T-Systems in Germany, has done extensive work with Ansible explains how he's built Ansible playbooks to automate aspects of deploying and managing MongoDB instances in MongoDB Atlas. Fin…
 
Sheeri Cabral joins us today to talk about O-FISH. Sheeri is the Product Manager for O-FISH, an application created by MongoDB for WildAid. WildAid is a non-profit focused on ending wildlife trafficking. O-FISH leverages native mobile device capabilities to replace pens and paper notebooks used by wildlife enforcement agents. Sheeri shares her expe…
 
In this episode, we take a look back at what we accomplished over the course of the year. We launched the MongoDB Podcast shortly after the start of the new year. We thought we'd take an episode and share some of the things we learned, and the tools we leveraged during the process of launching the show. Here's an abbreviated list of some of the too…
 
Lauren Schaefer of the MongoDB Developer Relations team joins Michael and Nic to share details of her journey - becoming a developer, engineer and then transitioning into developer relations. Curious about how to get into Developer Advocacy and Relations? This episode is for you. Lauren can be found on social media at: https://twitter.com/Lauren_Sc…
 
Performance is all about ensuring that software continues to exhibit consistent behavior across a variety of use cases and workloads. In this episode, we chat with David Daly, Staff Engineer in MongoDB's Performance Engineering team. David shares with us the details of his role and what he, and his team focus on to ensure consistency across the pro…
 
The MongoDB.live Conference is happening July 13-14, 2021 and the Call for Speakers is Open! Get your talk ready. MongoDB.live is where the world’s fastest-growing data community comes to connect, explore, and learn. We have not yet determined a final date and will provide you with updates as they become available. Topics Take a look at our topics …
 
Kaitlin Mahar is an engineer on the MongoDB Engineering team and is responsible for the MongoDB Swift and Rust drivers. On this episode, she discusses details of these drivers, as well as her journey from University to MongoDB through the Intern program and about her role as a Lead Engineer today.
 
Harnessing the power of supercomputing and state of the art electronic structure methods, the Materials Project provides open web-based access to computed information on known and predicted materials as well as powerful analysis tools to inspire and design novel materials. In this episode we talk with Patrick Huck, High Energy Physicist turned Comp…
 
Mark Hosking, CEO of Formbird joins Michael and Nic to share details of his amazing low-code/no-code platform and how MongoDB plays a role in the stack and as a backing database for applications built with Formbird. Mark shares his experience as a developer, and now CEO and we learn about Formbird and about the go-to-market strategies as well as so…
 
MongoDB Connectors and Translators include tools like the BI Connector, and mongomirror. In this episode we talk with the engineers responsible for maintaining these and similar products. The MongoDB BI Connector lets you use MongoDB as a data source for your BI and analytics (e.g. Tableau, Qlik and similar). Seamlessly creating the visualizations …
 
On this episode, we welcome Marissa Jasso, Product Marketing Manager at MongoDB to the show to tell us about the MongoDB Early Access Program (EAP). EAP gives access to pre-release features to MongoDB Atlas users in order to get feedback to help shape and improve the products. In this first phase of the program, users accepted into the program will…
 
As developers, we rely so heavily on our tools and the code editor is where we spend a lot of time. In this episode we take a look at this landscape and focus in on a recent extension developed for VS Code. This extension was developed by Max Marcon and team and he joins Joe Karlsson, Nic and Mike to talk about how this was developed, and some of i…
 
Learn how to determine what size cluster, and what server resources you'll need for your MongoDB Deployment from one of the best in the business, Jay Runkel. Jay is an Executive Solutions Architect and spends countless hours with customers helping them to understand how to choose the right infrastructure for their deployments. Jay's Presentation on…
 
David Gorski is founder, and CEO of LifeMetrics. He's built an app called BestSelf designed to illuminate the impact of your daily activities on your well being. David shares details of his journey as a startup founder, how he came up with the idea for BestSelf and how he's leveraging MongoDB and Google Cloud. More information on BestSelf: https://…
 
Lead Product Manager rejoins Nic and I to continue the automation discussion and we focus on automated scalability. Automated scalability refers to the capacity of a system to automatically adjust resources to meet demand. MongoDB Atlas has this capability, built-in. Rez helps us understand exactly how this works, and how we might use it to enhance…
 
This week in MongoDB - MongoDB Developer Advocate Adrienne Tacke joins Michael Lynn to discuss the latest news and events from the world of MongoDB for the week of November 9th, 2020. 1. MongoDB University's new Social Accomplishment Share - Share your course completions on social media, and LinkedIn. Log in to MongoDB University and navigate to yo…
 
Multi-cloud clusters - a feature available in MongoDB Atlas, a global cloud database service - takes the concept a step further by enabling a single application to use multiple clouds. With multi-cloud clusters, data is distributed across different public clouds (Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure), enabling dep…
 
This week in MongoDB - MongoDB Developer Advocate Adrienne Tacke joins Michael Lynn to discuss the latest news and events from the world of MongoDB for the week of November 2, 2020. 1. Hacktoberfest Update: 233 PRs created, all merged! Many first-time contributors who were afraid to participate finally did by contributing to the Wild Aid app! https…
 
In this episode we chat with Tosin Ajayi, Solutions Architect Manager at MongoDB to learn about the journey from Developer to Solutions Architect. Tosin shares details of this fascinating role. If you're a Developer considering other roles, this episode is for you.על ידי MongoDB
 
This week in MongoDB - MongoDB Developer Advocate Adrienne Tacke joins Michael Lynn to discuss the latest news and events from the world of MongoDB for the week of October 26th, 2020. See https://dev.to/mongodb for additional updates. https://twitch.tv/mongodb https://twitter.com/mongodbעל ידי MongoDB
 
This week we discuss database automation with Lead Product Manager Rez Kahn. This is the first of a multi-part series on database automation and in this episode, Rez talks about the importance of indexes and index management as well as how MongoDB Atlas provides automation to ensure that your applications continue to perform efficiently. MongoDB Do…
 
Val Karpov is the maintainer of the Mongoose ODM. Mongoose provides a straight-forward, schema-based solution to model your application data with MongoDB. It includes built-in type casting, validation, query building, business logic hooks and more, out of the box. Val shares his experience as the maintainer and provides some of the reasons develope…
 
Managing the corporate credit cards of your business can be complicated, but it doesn't have to be. Learn how Vendrix leverages MongoDB as the safe and secure data layer for their credit card management system. This episode of the podcast features David Stewart, Co-Founder of Vendrix. To learn more about Vendrix, check them out at https://www.vendr…
 
Need to visualize the data you have in MongoDB, but don't want to go through the hassle of developing an application with complex data parsing or frontend logic? Learn about MongoDB Charts from Matt Fairbrass and Tom Hollander on the Charts team at MongoDB and how you can easily visualize your data without the development know-how. To learn more ab…
 
Learn how to simplify your application development with MongoDB Realm. In this episode we're joined by Shane McAllister from MongoDB and we're talking about Realm. If you've been keeping up with the podcast you'll remember a MongoDB Stitch episode which covered some of the technology and services that Realm offers. This particular episode is center…
 
We're joined by Developer Advocate Lauren Schaefer and guest host Rebecca Mosner, Social Media Manager, to talk about migration from SQL to MongoDB. Learn more about Lauren's background, some of the things she’s done prior to joining MongoDB, and how to approach MongoDB from the perspective of someone familiar with SQL. Check out Lauren's series on…
 
The episode Python developers have been waiting for! SWEs Shane Harvey and Prashant Mital join us to chat about the official MongoDB Python Drivers (PyMongo, PyMODM, Motor). We talk about feature maintenance, best practices for getting started, and Shane and Prashant's process for maintaining the product roadmap for the Python drivers.…
 
There's never been a more important time to reduce the amount of money you're spending on your application infrastructure. This brief episode will provide some important ways you can reduce your overall costs while managing and maintaining your applications and data in MongoDB Atlas.
 
In this episode we're talking to Andrew Rasmussen from Canny, a feedback collection tool for developers and organizations to include within their products. Canny is currently using MongoDB and is part of the MongoDB for startups program. More information about Canny can be found at canny.io.
 
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