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Asynchronous Python, Performance Testing, Mongoose and Cannapi

Following MongoDB Seattle, we'll have three asynchronous talks at our next user group--one Node.js and one Python and one with a little of both!

Are you production ready?
Michael Saffitz--Apptentive
Come evaluate how you score against 10 practical tests covering performance, scalability, reliability, monitoring, and more. Best practices, advice, anecdotes, and 1 joke from over 2 years of running MongoDB in production with Python, Rails, and Node.js.

An Overview of Motor- Asynchronous Python Driver for MongoDB and Tornado
A. Jesse Jiryu Davis

MongoDB at Cannapi - Jean-Jacques Dubray

MongoDB is an ideal database to create mobile data services. Canappi, a model driven development platform, makes it even easier to build native mobile applications by generating all the code that is necessary to form queries, parse the resulting json documents and bind them to iOS and Android user interfaces. This talk will present some examples of mobile applications using MongoDB data services, we'll review the patterns we recommend using for designing mobile data services with MongoDB and demonstrate how these services and their mobile clients can easily be generated with Canappi.

Mongoose Show+Tell
Steven Chau

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    A former member

    Great presentations, but I had to leave a bit early to catch my bus ( or wait an hour for the next one ).

    October 11, 2012

  • Jeremy T.

    If anyone needs help with anything or has technical questions/challenges they'd like our architects to review, just shoot me a note. Email: [masked]

    September 19, 2012

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