Atlanta MongoDB User Group

This group is a place for developers to learn more about MongoDB, an open source, document-oriented, nosql database. If you are facing challenges with MySQL or Postgres or Oracle and want to explore a more flexible, scalable alternative, please join us at one of our monthly sessions.

Events coming up

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Past events

  • Agile Data: MongoDB + Hadoop with Russel Jurney

    Tue, 20 Nov 2012, 00:00 - 03:00 in Atlanta, United States

    Mining data requires a deep investment in people and time. How can you be sure you?re building the right models? What tools help you connect with the customer?s needs? With this hands-on book, you?ll learn a flexible toolset and methodology for building effective analytics applications.We are in need of a venue for this meetup. If anyone has any suggestions or can host our event, please email me separately! francesca at 10gen dot com!

  • Free Webinar: Asynchronous MongoDB with Python and Tornado

    Tue, 24 Jul 2012, 14:00 - 17:00 in Atlanta, United States

    A. Jesse Jiryu Davis will review the state of the art for asynchronous Python and MongoDB, discuss his experimental driver for MongoDB and Tornado, and demonstrate building a real-time web app.

  • WhiteBoard with MongoDB

    13-14 Sep 2011 in Atlanta, United States

    Mix, mingle and talk about MongoDB ... whiteboard different thoughts / questions with the Atlanta MongoDB community!

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