|Sent on:||Friday, April 5, 2013 1:12 PM|
10gen is both sponsoring the meetup and very good at maintaining their Scala drivers for Mongo, so I hope this reasonable to let you guys know about Mongo SF coming up. I went to the last year's one and worked with a 10gen engineer to solve an actual problem I had, with a billion-object Mongo setup in production, which was solved on the spot. Here's the announcement with the timeline.
Many of you are interested in NoSQL solutions and many are
using MongoDB. There's a conference now & early bird pricing!
MongoDB San Francisco - May 10
MongoDB San Francisco is an annual one-day conference dedicated to
MongoDB. You will learn from both the 10gen engineers who have
contributed to the product as well as from the real-world experiences
of companies that have deployed MongoDB. This year we will also have
several sessions on the latest features in 2.4, including hash-based
sharding, text search, geo enhancements, aggregation, security, and
The event has sold out the past three years so reserve your spot
early. Friday April 5 is the last day to take advantage of early bird
pricing, which is only $75.