Matthias Brantner presents "Do More with MongoDB and JSONiq"
We have invited Matthias Brantner of 28msec to discuss MongoDB and JSONIQ. Followed by a healthy Q and A.
- 7:00 pm: meet, greet & eat
- 7:15 pm: intros
- 7:30 pm: main presentation
Matthias will present JSONiq: the SQL of NoSQL. But this is not your grandma’s SQL. It is a high-level query language that enables NoSQL developers to productively develop and execute complex queries on top of MongoDB. JSONiq supports novel concepts purposely designed for JSON data. However, JSONiq doesn't throw out the baby with the bathwater. It supports complex SQL-like query processing features such as joins, grouping, transformation, full-text, or updates without giving up on scalability.
Matthias Brantner studied Information Systems at the University of Mannheim in Germany from 1999 until 2004.
In 2007, he acquired a PhD from the University of Mannheim, based on his research on "Rewriting Declarative Query Languages". He is the CTO of 28msec Inc and has published a number of papers in academia and in industry
You can find Matthias at:
28msec develops advanced Query technologies for NoSQL data stores.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
10gen is connecting us up with food and beverages so we don't listen to a great talk on an empty stomach :)
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