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Dublin MongoDB Meetup #9

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Welcome to new and old members!

For our first 2014 meetup, we're in the MongoDB offices in Latin Hall, Golden Lane.

This meetup is going to cover the MongoDB 2.6 release and provide a open questions and answers session with Asya Kamsky ( http://askasya.com / @asya999 (https://twitter.com/asya999)), principal solution architect at MongoDB. Asya will help answer where MongoDB will 'fit' for your application and is an expert in designing plus troubleshooting. There will be two ligthning talks on open-source projects developed within MongoDB, a project on geo-location and the MEAN stack, and a project on learning MongoDB through the console.

These talks will be of interest to novices and to experienced MongoDB veterans.

Note: Please do not arrive any more than 20 minutes earlier to the venue and we will be starting promptly at 18:30 with the pizza!

Talks:

• Lightning Talks on a number of open-source projects in MongoDB

• Introduction to MongoDB 2.6

• Question and Answers session with our special guest, Asya Kamsky

Speakers:

A special guest speaker is planned and we will announce details closer to the date.

Ger Hartnett is part of MongoDB's services team in Dublin. Before joining MongoDB he was CTO of Goshido, vCTO of some smaller startups, software architect at Intel, Tellabs & Digital, developer at Motorola & QC. He co-authored a book for Intel Press (embedded networking, performance & security).

Asya Kamsky is a senior member of MongoDB's technical staff, she has worked in a range of companies designing and troubleshooting complex data warehousing, ETL and data processing strategies prior to joining MongoDB. She works extensively as part of our Community team and is currently in the top 2% of Stackoverflow contributors.

Eoin Brazil has held a variety of software and research roles in telecommunications, high performance computing and interaction design. He works in Dublin with MongoDB's as technical service engineer. He loves tinkering, currently it's low power bluetooth beacons linked to a Arduino Yún+GSM for location sensing.

P.S. Yes, there will be swag as well as some food and "beverages" :)