April JUG Meetup - Steve Briskin from 10gen on MongoDB

Apr 15, 2013 · New York, United States of America

MongoDB is the leading NoSQL database, designed for how we build and run applications today.  MongoDB is a general-purpose document database that supports rich queries, secondary indexes, replication for high availability, and sharding for horizontal scalability.  Steve Briskin will introduce MongoDB by walking through a Java application that uses MongoDB.

Steve Briskin is an engineer at 10gen working on Cloud Services.  Prior to 10gen, Steve spent many years in the financial industry writing trading applications.
We will have an introductory lightning talk on SJWidgets by Bjorn Roche.
Pizza and soda will be provided by Ishi Systems.

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