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MongoDB and Meteor

Pallavi Anderson, Meteor Guru, will give an overview of the Meteor framework.

Meteor is the first open-source full stack platform for developing and deploying end-to-end JavaScript applications. With observable server side models, live DOM updates, hot code pushes, latency compensation and smart synchronization baked in, it's a leap forward in making real time collaborative web applications. Meteor uses MongoDB extensively through their implementation of "mini-mongo", Meteor's client-side MongoDB emulator (https://github.com/meteor/meteor/tree/master/packages/minimongo).

We will take a quick look at Meteor - where it came from, what it is capable of today, and where it seems to be headed. "We'll also demonstrate and do a brief code walkthrough of two projects implemented in Meteor."

Follow Pallavi on twitter and check out her blog at asynchrotron.com

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