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High Speed Message Processing Using Mule and MongoDB

Please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount for food & drink which will be provided by UberMedia.


Gabriele Nizzoli and Jun Xu will share their experiences with MongoDB and Mule.

They work together in Pasadena at Perfect Market, Jun as a Principal Software Engineer and Gabe as a Software Architect.

Rough Agenda

7pm - 7:30  Food and informal discussions

7:30 - 8:30  Presentation followed by Q&A

8:30 - 8:35  Announcements and job openings

8:35 - 9pm  Informal breakout sessions


There are several parking garages within walking distance:

The nearest are probably Parson's parking structure and the adjacent lot on the corner of Union and Pasadena Ave.

On-street parking is metered, but only until 8pm. That's the least expensive parking option, but availability is limited.

For rail users, the nearest Goldline Metro stop is Memorial Park, which is a few blocks east of the Idealab offices and is a great option for those coming from LA.



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  • A former member
    A former member

    I got a really good understanding of the basics of Mule and MongoDB, but I wasn't entirely clear why Mule and MongoDB were being used given you can and will lose messages/transactions.

    April 25, 2012

  • Eric T.

    Very interesting talk and lively discussion. The presenters clearly knew the material in depth and the questions from the audience were enlightening as well.

    April 24, 2012

  • John E.

    Great presentation. I think it would have benefitted from a little discussion of how NoSQL came into being -- Brewer's CAP theorem and Dan Pritchett's 2008 ACM Queue article on distributed, high-load databases. Also, my thoughts were that the presentation focused on making analogies with relational DBs whereas NoSQL is fundamentally different. So I would get away from using terms like Durability (ACID) and talk more about BASE. Anyway, previous comments are minor. Great presentation overall. Thanks.

    April 24, 2012

  • Jacek K.

    Hi guys. Presentation was excellent. I'd suggest that it would be good idea to create a job board. Verbal announces are good but it was difficult to write down all details of offered jobs. I'm looking for Sr. Java Developer position and love Pasadena area so please let me know if your company has open positions. PM me with details or post details here on the board.

    April 24, 2012

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