Fourth Athens MongoDB Meetup!

This is going to be our last meetup before a loooong summer break (hurray!), so make sure you won't miss it! ;-)



18:30 Registration and welcome coffee (15')
Again, we’ll be offering various flavors of capsule-type coffee (and tea, too!) like cappuccino, espresso, lungo, espresso macchiato, mongocino, jsoncino, nosqlcino blah blah etc etc, so make sure you arrive on time and grab a cup (ok, or two).


18:45 What is new in MongoDB 2.4 by Thanasis Efthymiou (20')
Incredible graphics, Windows 3.1 support, comes in red, too - ok, just making sure you're watching. Come and join me in a sneak peek of the new cool features!


19:05 Streaming data with capped collections by Stavros Kontopoulos (35')
Stavros is a Consultant-Software Engineer (M.Sc. Computer Science, Phd candidate) at Softcom Int with 4 years of industry experience. He's best on algorithm design, distributed data structures, distributed computing, software production cycle, while he likes to code in C, C++, java, Scala, Php and python.


19:40 Break - hurray! (10')

19:50 MongoDB Interface for Asterisk PBX by Sokratis Galiatsis (35')
Sokratis Galiatsis is currently working as Director of Engineering at TechIO, a new HiTech startup. TechIO's PBX is one of many responsibilities under his daily supervision. The idea of creating a MongoDB Interface for the Asterisk PBX is based on the fact that none exists and the utilisation of an In-Memory database can provide the performance needed for medium to large Asterisk based PBX installations. Asterisk has become the most popular VoIP PBX worldwide because it is freely available under open source licensing, and has a modular, extensible design. Until today Sokratis has more than 3 years of MongoDB DBA experience during his systems engineering position at ForthnetGroup, one of the largest privately held greek Internet & Media providers.

20:25 Usergroup logistics and swag give-away (10')

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