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42 minutes | 3 days ago
Ep. 55 Scaling the Gaming Industry with Square Enix
Gaspard Petit of Square Enix joins us today to talk about his journey as a Software Architect and how his company leverages MongoDB to help scale one of the most popular gaming companies on the planet.
25 minutes | 10 days ago
Ep. 54 Low-code, no-code with Thunkable and MongoDB
With Thunkable, anyone can easily build beautiful apps, program powerful functionality with drag & drop blocks, and upload apps to the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store. In this episode, we're talking with Wei Li, and Jose Dominguez of Thunkable to learn about the platform and how they're leveraging MongoDB to help them manage millions of users and applications. Learn more at https://thunkable.com
34 minutes | 17 days ago
Ep. 53 The MERN Stack with Beau Carnes of freeCodeCamp
Beau Carnes, Teacher and Software Developer from freeCodeCamp.org joins Nic and Mike in a discussion of the MERN Stack and Beau's newest video covering how to get started with this framework and with MongoDB Realm. Jesse Hall (codeSTACKr), MongoDB's newest Developer Relations team member joins the conversation to add his amazing experience as a developer, and a Youtube creator. Check out Beau's Newest Video on freeCodeCamp. MongoDB.live is the flagship conference for the data platform built by — and for — developers and data scientists. This two-day event provides a deep dive into the future of data, and features interactive workshops, explorations of the latest data trends and products, Ask Me Anything panels with the top minds in data, and more. Register today to experience MongoDB.live — from anywhere in the world.
25 minutes | 24 days ago
Ep. 52 Scaling Startups with Blerp and MongoDB
Blerp is an audio search engine that helps users communicate online in a new, and interactive way. Their audio-sharing platform enables anyone to enhance a moment with sound through voice chats, live streams, and messaging! Currently they are focused on gaming where they are helping thousands of creators every day enhance their live content through sharing soundbites. Today, Aaron Hsu, CEO, joins us to talk about how he scaled Blerp from a college startup to a business supporting millions of users. Find Aaron on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronshoo/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/akcshoo?lang=en Registration is open for MongoDB.live, MongoDB’s biggest annual user event. Join us on July 13th and 14th for this free, virtual streaming event that will feature a solid lineup of cutting-edge keynotes, dozens of breakout sessions, live Ask Me Anything panels, “brain break” activities, and so much more! Head to mongodb.com/live to register and to get updates on what is in store for July!
19 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 51 Scaling Startups - Funnelytics with Alexey Glazunov
Alexey Glazunov joins us to talk about how Funnelytics leveraged MongoDB to displace Postgres and prepared to scale their startup for the next phase of their journey. Funnelytics is a simple and aesthetically pleasing funnel mapping software that you can use to design, track and analyze your marketing funnels. ... Mikael Dia created Funnelytics after being frustrated that there wasn't a better tool out there for mapping funnels and tracking analytics all in one place. More information: MongoDB Atlas: https://www.mongodb.com/atlas MongoDB Community: https://community.mongodb.com Register for MongoDB.live 2021 today! Registration is open for MongoDB.live, MongoDB’s biggest annual user event. Join us on July 13th and 14th for this free, virtual streaming event that will feature a solid lineup of cutting-edge keynotes, dozens of breakout sessions, live Ask Me Anything panels, “brain break” activities, and so much more! Head to mongodb.com/live to register and to get updates on what is in store for July!
30 minutes | a month ago
Ep. 50 The Redmonk Language Report with Stephen O'Grady
Stephen O'Grady is a Co-Founder and Principal Analyst at Redmonk, the developer-focused industry analyst firm. Stephen is joined by Rachelle Palmer, Sr. Product Manager at MongoDB along with Michael and Nic to talk about Redmonk's latest Software Industry Language report. This report ranks language popularity using data from sites such as GitHub, and Stack Overflow. Rachelle brings her extensive experience at MongoDB, and specifically in the driver space to the conversation and we uncover and discuss some surprises from the report. You can review the report here: https://redmonk.com/sogrady/2021/03/01/language-rankings-1-21/ Join us in the MongoDB Community Forums to chat about this episode, the Language report and any thing related to MongoDB.
19 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 49 MongoDB Student Spotlight: Chember.co with Begüm Ortaoğlu and Aytuğ Turanlıoğlu
Begüm Ortaoğlu and Aytuğ Turanlıoğlu join us to discuss their experience building Chember.co, and about their participation in the MongoDB Student Spotlight program. Chember is a community to instantly find pickup basketball games, get information on the courts, and create or join tournaments. https://chember.co https://www.linkedin.com/in/begumortaoglu/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/aytug-turanlioglu/ Be sure to join the MongoDB Community to ask, answer questions and interact with MongoDB Enthusiasts and Developers.
30 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 48 Improve Performance and Save Money with Chris Harris, a.k.a. The Query Doctor
Chris Harris joins Mike and Nic to share what he's learned over the past 5+ years working as a Technical Support Engineer (TSE) at MongoDB and where he's earned the nickname "The Query Doctor". Join us in the Community to ask, and have your questions answered by folks just like Chris. Here are links to some of the topics Chris discusses: Query Targeting Performance Advisor Viewing Cluster Metrics Also check out these Episodes Chris references: Data Aggregation Pipeline with Asya Kamsky Everything you Know About MongoDB is Wrong with Mark Smith MongoDB University M001 with Yulia Genkina
32 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 47 Safe, Smart, and Driven with Agero and MongoDB
Agero is powering the next generation of software-enabled driver safety services and technology, pushing the limits of big data to transform the entire driving experience. The majority of leading vehicle manufacturers and insurance providers use Agero’s solutions to strengthen their businesses and create stronger, lasting connections with their customers. Together, Agero is making driving smarter and safer for everyone. In this episode of the podcast, we discuss how Agero is using MongoDB as the backbone of their business in the insurance provider industry. This episode features Bernie Gracy, Chief Digital Officer, and JP Dhabolt, Principal Software Architect at Agero, Inc. Guest Information Bernie Gracy, Chief Digital Officer Bernie holds seven patents, with others pending. So he’s right at home with all aspects of technology development, architecture, infrastructure, and innovation for a rapidly evolving ecosystem powered by digital, mobile, the cloud, location-based services, and IoT. As Chief Digital Officer, Bernie's 30 years of technology experience, energy and insight are helping Agero drive new product/platform introduction, client delivery, and the establishment of new software-enabled business models. JP Dhabolt, Principal Software Architect. Agero, Inc. Hard working professional with 17 years of experience in information technology support and maintenance. Skilled in handling multiple projects as a team leader and team member in high stress, quickly changing situations. Strong analytical abilities with an eye for detail. Track record of quickly adapting to new concepts and technologies, and a genuine love for learning. As always, this episode is hosted by Nic Raboy and Mike Lynn from MongoDB.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Ep. 46 MongoDB University M001 with Yulia Genkina
Yulia returns to the show to tell us about M001 - MongoDB University's course for beginners. You may remember Yulia from Episode 5 where she talked about Data Modeling. In this episode you will learn about how M001 can teach you to set up your database and start exploring different ways to search, create, and analyze your data with MongoDB. https://university.mongodb.com/courses/M001/about Check out Yulia's previous episode on Data Modeling
39 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 45 MongoDB Realm Mobile for Android with Christian Melchior
As our series on MongoDB Realm Mobile continues, Shane McAllister returns to help Nic and Michael focus Realm Mobile for Android, Java and Kotlin in an interview with Christian Melchior, Lead Java/Kotlin Engineer on the Realm team. Christian shares a bit about his background transitioning from a Web Developer to the Mobile Space and talks about MongoDB Realm in the Android ecosystem. Christian mentions an online event coming up at the end of March, 2021 - Visit https://live.mongodb.com and register to receive more information about this, and all events. More information on MongoDB Realm Mobile Join the MongoDB Community for Discussions, Q&A and More MongoDB.live Innovation Award Nominations are Open! Are you or someone you know building something amazing with MongoDB? Nominate then or yourself for a MongoDB Innovation Award! These awards are given out each year to celebrate projects and people who are using their data to build compelling applications that expand the limits of technology with the MongoDB data platform. Head to mongodb.com/live for more info and to nominate a project today! *Submissions will be accepted until April 16th.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 44 MongoDB Champions Series Ep 1 - Nuri Halperin
The Champions program rewards and recognizes our most active and enthusiastic community members at every stage of their MongoDB journey. From university students to veteran developers, Champions will have the opportunity to help drive the direction of our technologies while making meaningful contributions to the community. In this first episode of the series, we're talking with Nuri Halperin of Plus N Consulting. Nuri has been a long-time supporter of MongoDB and a constant community advocate. His knowledge of the platform is as wide as it is deep. In this episode, Nuri talks about the value of Community and gets deep as he shares his views on data modeling, and the use of ODM's and ORM's as a development philosophy. Nuri's Pluralsight profile and links to his courses can be found here. Read more about the MongoDB Champions in the MongoDB Community Forums.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 43 Everything You Know About MongoDB is Wrong with Mark Smith
Mark Smith is a Developer Advocate at MongoDB. He’s written a great article entitled “Everything You Know About MongoDB is Wrong” and in this episode, we chat with Mark to get to the truth and identify some of the misconceptions about MongoDB. Myth 0: MongoDB is Web Scale Myth 1: MongoDB is on v3.2 Myth 2: MongoDB is a JSON Database Myth 3: MongoDB Doesn't Support Transactions Myth 4: MongoDB Doesn't Support Relationships Myth 5: MongoDB is All About Sharding Myth 6: MongoDB is Insecure Myth 7: MongoDB Loses Data Myth 8: MongoDB is Just a Toy Read the full article here.
33 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep 42 MongoDB Realm Mobile for iOS with Jason Flax
As our series on MongoDB Realm Mobile continues, Shane McAllister returns to help Nic and Michael focus Realm Mobile for iOS in an interview with Jason Flax, Lead Engineer on the Realm team. Jason shares a bit about his background as a mobile application developer before discussing how, and why so many developers are choosing Realm Mobile for their application developer stack. More information on MongoDB Realm Mobile Join the MongoDB Community for Discussions, Q&A and More
31 minutes | 3 months ago
Ep. 41 Liberty Mutual and MongoDB
Brian Jones, Infrastructure Cloud Architect, and Brian Poirier Sr. Infrastructure Engineer from Liberty Mutual Insurance join the show today to talk about their roles in shared services, about the stack of technologies they use and support and how they're working toward migration from a primarily on-premises server environment to one that incorporates a variety of cloud services including MongoDB Atlas.
58 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 40 History of Realm with Alexander Stigsen
Shane McCallister joins Nic and Michael to welcome Alexander Stigsen, and Ian Ward to the podcast to talk about the driving forces behind the development of the Realm Mobile Database. Alexander is the Co-Founder of Realm, the company acquired by MongoDB in 2019 and Ian Ward is Head of Product Management for the Realm Platform. We learn about the history of the products and discuss some of the changes that have taken place since the company was acquired. More information on Realm is available at https://www.mongodb.com/realm Join us in the Community for discussions about Realm: https://community.mongodb.com
34 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 39 Building the MongoDB Developer Hub with Jordan Stapinski
Jodan Stapinksi is a User Interface Engineer at MongoDB and he works on the team that builds and maintains the Developer Hub (https://developer.mongodb.com). In this episode, we discuss Jordan's journey from intern to his role today as a UI Engineer. Jordan helps us understand the technical details of how the Developer Hub was built and the tools, and services on which it depends. Some Resources Mentioned: https://developer.mongondb.com https://www.gatsbyjs.com/ https://community.mongodb.com
26 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 38 Ansible and the MongoDB Atlas API with Martin Schurz
Ansible is an open-source automation tool, used for configuration management, application deployment, orchestration, and provisioning. Martin Schurz, who works for T-Systems in Germany, has done extensive work with Ansible explains how he's built Ansible playbooks to automate aspects of deploying and managing MongoDB instances in MongoDB Atlas. Find more information at https://github.com/T-Systems-MMS/ansible-collection-mongodb-atlas
41 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 37 Open Source Project O-FISH with Sheeri Cabral
Sheeri Cabral joins us today to talk about O-FISH. Sheeri is the Product Manager for O-FISH, an application created by MongoDB for WildAid. WildAid is a non-profit focused on ending wildlife trafficking. O-FISH leverages native mobile device capabilities to replace pens and paper notebooks used by wildlife enforcement agents. Sheeri shares her experience in managing databases, open-source projects, and the O-FISH project. More information on O-FISH is available at https://github.com/WildAid, and https://wildaid.org/tracking-illegal-fishing-theres-an-app-for-that/
43 minutes | 4 months ago
Ep. 36 Behind the Scenes of the MongoDB Podcast
In this episode, we take a look back at what we accomplished over the course of the year. We launched the MongoDB Podcast shortly after the start of the new year. We thought we'd take an episode and share some of the things we learned, and the tools we leveraged during the process of launching the show. Here's an abbreviated list of some of the tools. None of these tools have provided compensation or sponsorship. https://libsyn.com - Podcast Hosting Service https://rev.com - Transcription Service https://zencastr.com - Web-based Recording Service https://www.audacityteam.org - Free, Open Source Audio Software https://www.reaper.fm - Digital Audio Production Software https://www.audio-technica.com/en-us/at2020 - Microphone https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/microphones/sm7b - Microphone https://www.cloudmicrophones.com/cloudlifter-cl-1 - Audio Pre-amp / Booster https://focusrite.com/en/usb-audio-interface/scarlett/scarlett-4i4 - XLR Interface and Pre-amp
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