F.NUG/MJUG February 2011 - MongoDB

Thursday, 24 February 2011 from 06:30:00 PM to 09:00:00 PM (America/Halifax) Add to your calendar
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Maritimes Java User Group - Fredericton Chapter

and the

Fredericton .NET User Group

February 2011 F.NUG/MJUG Joint Meeting

Door prizes to be won!

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6:30pm - 9:00pm (ITC building UNB Campus, Room ITC317)

Topic:  MongoDB for the Non-Zealot 

Presenter:  Derek Hatchard


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MongoDB is a document-oriented database and a poster child for the NoSQL movement. Although not a golden panacea, MongoDB has proven to be useful for certain types of problems. Derek Hatchard will provide an introduction to MongoDB including core concepts and examples of how to work with MongoDB from Java, C#, Python, and the command line interface.

We are pleased to announce that this is a joint meeting between the Fredericton chapter of the Maritime's Java User Group and the Fredericton .NET User Group

Speaker Bio

Derek Hatchard is a software architect and a founder of CrowdSpace.net (a web- based tool for clubs, community groups, and churches to track and communicate with members) and Careertown.ca (an IT job board for Canadian technologists).

Derek posts content about the software profession at ardentdev.com and not-so-technical content at derekhat.com


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