Skills Matter is pleased to support MongoDB UK, the annual one-day conference in London on 20th June, dedicated to the open source, non-relational database MongoDB! The conference will feature over 40 sessions from MongoDB developers at 10gen, MongoDB users from the community, and technology partners, with presentations for both the novice and expert. Past conferences have sold out so reserve your ticket today.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Have a MongoDB experience to share? Submit a proposal
for MongoDB UK by May 15.
Want to go into even more depth? On the day prior to MongoDB UK, 10gen is offering in-depth MongoDB workshops on schema design and architecture, operations hands-on, and MongoDB version 2.2. Attendance for each workshop is limited to 15 participants and includes admission to MongoDB UK. Space is limited so register now!
Speakers at mongoDB UK include:
Christian Kvalheim, node.js Evangelist, 10gen
Eliot Horowitz, Co-Founder and CTO, 10gen
Alvin Richards, Senior Technical Director of EMEA, 10gen
David Mytton, Founder, Boxed Ice
Sean Reilly, Developer, Equal Experts
Norberto Leite, Software Engineer, Telefonica R&D
The conference runs over 5 tracks from 08:30-5:30 on June 20th. Sessions include:
A Deep Dive at MongoDB UK, Elior Horowitz
Node.js and Mongodb Building Blocks for Your Next HTML5 game, Christian Kvalheim
Why the Schema Diagram is Ruining Enterprise Computing, Sean Reilly
MongoDB on Innovation Projects / Products, Norberto Leite
Journaling and the Storage Engine, 10gen
New Aggregation Framework, 10gen
MongoDB on Amazon EC2, 10gen
Read the full schedule here.
Registration is open! Prices are as follows:
Early Bird – book by May 23rd....................USD $50.00
General admission.......................................USD $100.00
Group (4 or more).......................................USD $75.00
SKILLS MATTER EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT
Skills Matter is pleased to announce a special 10% discount off conference ticket prices! To secure tickets at this exclusive price please enter promo code SKILLSMATTER when booking online!
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