Hello, SF Python friends! SF Perl Mongers has another great event which
we think is of interest to more than just Perlers.
Mike Friedman, a MongoDB developer and evangelist, will be visiting us
from NYC on June 11th and presenting "Real World MongoDB Aggregation."
"MongoDB's dynamic aggregation framework allows users to filter
documents through arbitrary pipelines of powerful operators. It's like a
Unix pipeline, but for structured big-data documents instead of text.
This talk explains the aggregation framework and examines three
real-world examples using real data sets and Perl."
While the examples will be in Perl, the concepts are of interest to
practitioners of all languages.
To learn more or to RSVP for the event:
We're looking forward to hosting our Python-coding pals on June 11th!