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NYC MUG: Spooky Fast Reads 👻
Come networks with the local MongoDB community. There will be food, beverages, announcements, and a talk. Working on a project that involves MongoDB or maybe your company is hiring? Let us know during our 2 minute pitches time. Spooky Fast Reads, Indexing In MongoDB MongoDB has made building your applications faster and easier than ever. Applications that work great in development with a few hundred documents can quickly slow down as you reach production level loads and hundreds of millions of documents. Taking that step from development to production can be a scary one. Taking some time to review your indexing strategy and ensure your queries can leverage and index can mean the difference between a successful launch and sleepless nights. Pete Garafano Senior Escalation Engineer, Cloud Backup Twitter: @TheGreatCO Website: https://www.thegreatco.com Interested in speaking at a future MUG? Check out http://bit.ly/speak-at-mug. Please RSVP with your real first and last name. You must have a government-issued ID to enter the MongoDB offices. This Meetup follows the MongoDB Code of Conduct: https://www.mongodb.com/community-code-of-conduct

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Respond by: 10/22/2018

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This group is a place for developers to learn more about the open source, JSON-based document database MongoDB. MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database and many of the key committers are based right here in New York City. So if you are facing challenges with MySQL, Postgres or Oracle and want to explore a more flexible, scalable alternative, please join us at one of our monthly sessions. We typically meet on the third Tuesday of the month, have some pizza and network, and enjoy a presentation on MongoDB.

Interested in presenting at a future MongoDB NYC Meetup? Our call for papers form is on Github (https://github.com/mongodb/community/blob/master/mug_speakers.md).

Membership in the group is governed by our Community Code of Conduct (https://www.mongodb.com/community-code-of-conduct).

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