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Monday, June 17
 

7:00am

Breakfast
Monday June 17, 2019 7:00am - 8:30am
Partner Pavilion

7:00am

Ask the Experts
Sign up for a private consulting appointment to get your questions answered by MongoDB experts. We'll help you whiteboard solutions to your most pressing problems and give you more insight into how MongoDB can help you in your current and upcoming projects

Monday June 17, 2019 7:00am - 5:30pm
Partner Pavilion

7:00am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge - Day 1
The purpose of this space is to amplify the voices of non-binary people, women, and trans people of all genders within our engineering community. Stop by to network, participate in a guided discussion, or listen to a Make it Matter talk. During presentations, the lounge is open to all conference attendees.

What to expect in the lounge:
- Sessions on technology and the Make it Matter talk track, a talk track that includes talks on technology beyond MongoDB
- Guided discussions
- Women & Trans Coders Lunch: Connect with peers and make new friends while breaking bread in the lounge
- [Tuesday] Let's have a toast before heading to the Happy Hour together
- [Wednesday] Builder's Fest: Participate in the Goal Setting & Visualization and Zine Making workshops


Monday June 17, 2019 7:00am - 5:30pm
Clinton

8:00am

Lift & Shift MongoDB to Atlas [MongoDB]
Managing and scaling the infrastructure for critical business data can be a real pain. To handle this massive scale of data effectively, thousands of users of MongoDB from all around the world have migrated their large and small databases to MongoDB Atlas.

By the end of this talk, you'll have a better understanding of the “how” and “why” of it, and will be able to leverage it in your organisation with elevated confidence. I'll demo the migration of a realtime application using MongoDB from existing cloud infrastructure to MongoDB Atlas.

If you're a developer, DBA or a business stakeholder, and your organisation is using/planning to use MongoDB on-premise or with any other cloud vendor, this talk will help you to gain insights into the best way to run MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Ankur Raina

Ankur Raina

MongoDB
I work as a Sr. Technical Services Engineer in MongoDB. I'm a member of the Storage Engines Expert group within the organisation. I'm happy to talk about anything in the MongoDB ecosystem in general or MongoDB Atlas specifically.


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Regent

8:00am

In-App Bug Reporting [BugBattle]
In-app bug reporting is still something widely unknown, though it could be beneficial and boost the development process for so many! With the use of MongoDB Stitch we built a SaaS solution (within a few days, thx to Stitch!) that helps developers build better apps in less time.

Speakers
avatar for Lukas Boehler

Lukas Boehler

CTO, BugBattle
Apps, Web-Apps, Bug-Reporting, JavaScript, React, UI/UX, AI


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Rhinelander South

8:00am

Scaling Real-time Collaboration with MongoDB [Planable Inc.]
Planable is a collaborative tool for teams collaborating and planning marketing content in real-time and we use MongoDB as our main database. In this talk I will describe our journey of scaling our app to handle tens of thousands of active clients working in real-time, using various techniques.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolae Gudumac

Nicolae Gudumac

CTO & Co-founder, Planable Inc.
CTO & Co-founder at Planable Inc. Design Technologist. Building the future of marketing content collaboration. Forbes 30 under 30.


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Madison

8:00am

Understanding ACID Transactions Play By Play [+N Consulting Inc]
MongoDB 4.0+ supports ACID transactions - Great! But what does that mean exactly? How does it affect you? Come learn exactly how transactions work in MongoDB. With less technical jargon and more visual examples, this session de-mystifies the complicated subject of distributed transactions.

Speakers
avatar for Nuri Halperin

Nuri Halperin

Principal Software Architect, +N Consulting, Inc.
Nuri is a Principal Software Architect specializing in Azure, MongoDB, and scalable web technologies. He is a Microsoft MVP, MongoDB Master, Pluralsight author and speaker.


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Sutton North

8:00am

The Sights (and Smells) of a Bad Query [MongoDB]
“Why is MongoDB so slow?” you may ask yourself on occasion. You’ve created indexes, you’ve learned how to use the aggregation pipeline. What the heck? Could it be your queries? This talk will outline what tools are at your disposal (both in MongoDB Atlas and in MongoDB server) to identify inefficient queries.

Speakers
avatar for Alex Bevilacqua

Alex Bevilacqua

Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
I've been working in software engineering for the better part of the past 20 years. Before joining MongoDB I was an Application Architect working on a marketing analytics platform.I have been a fan of MongoDB for the past 6 years, and have worked with it professionally on a number... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Murray Hill

8:00am

Streaming ETL on the Shoulders of Giants [MongoDB, NETCONOMY]
Life doesn't happen in batch mode which is why application engineers and data architects need to closely cooperate to get the best out of streaming platforms like Apache Kafka and NoSQL data stores such as MongoDB. This session explores ways and means to integrate both worlds in a streaming fashion.

Speakers
avatar for Scott L'Hommedieu

Scott L'Hommedieu

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
avatar for Hans-Peter Grahsl

Hans-Peter Grahsl

Software Engineer & Technical Trainer, NETCONOMY
Hans-Peter is working as technical trainer for Java Web Development and is responsible for the internal education department at NETCONOMY Software & Consulting GmbH in Graz, Austria. As an independent trainer and consultant he is supporting customers during the conception and implementation... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Beekman

8:00am

From SQL to NoSQL -- Changing Your Mindset [MongoDB]
When you need to model data, is your first instinct to start breaking it down into rows and columns? Mine used to be too. When you want to develop apps in a modern, agile way, NoSQL databases can be the best option. Come to this talk to learn how to take advantage of all that NoSQL databases have to offer and discover the benefits of changing your mindset from the legacy, tabular way of modeling data. We’ll compare and contrast the terms and concepts in SQL databases and MongoDB, explain the benefits of using MongoDB compared to SQL databases, and walk through data modeling basics so you feel confident as you begin using MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Schaefer

Lauren Schaefer

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a developer advocate for MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM. She held a variety of roles there including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She went on to be a developer... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Nassau

9:00am

Exploring your MongoDB Data with Pirates (R) and Snakes (Python) [MongoDB]
Does exploring data excite you? Do you use Python or R as your language of choice for data analysis? Does your job title include the term Data Analyst? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then the Exploring Your MongoDB Data with Pirates and Snakes is the session for you! MongoDB Developer Advocate Ken Alger will show the suggested method for using dataframe structures in R and Python with your MongoDB data. He’ll show the code for best practices in both languages to move your array based MongoDB data into the popular fast, flexible, and expressive dataframes used for data analysis in these prominent programming languages.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Sutton North

9:00am

Transforming a Behemoth One Microservice at a Time using MongoDB [AXA - US]
Listen to our story as we take you through our transformation journey. We converted an aging, brittle, complex monolith into a modern, nimble, cloud-enabled microservices application using MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Prashant Musale

Prashant Musale

Director, AXA Equitable Life
I am Application Delivery and Transformation Director at AXA Equitable Life. My passion is Agility within large organization and how to transform organizations inside-out from monolithic structures to highly collaborative environment. I truly believe that real transformation involves... Read More →
BT

Baulraj Thangaraj

Director, AXA Equitable Life


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Regent

9:00am

How Braze uses the MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline for Lean, Mean, and Efficient Scaling [Braze]
Come hear the story about Braze utilizing the MongoDB Aggregation Pipeline to massively enhance scalability in one of our highly-used features - Frequency Capping. We'll go over the original design, what made it slow, how the Aggregation Pipeline is faster, and the additional benefits we realized!

Speakers
avatar for Zach McCormick

Zach McCormick

Senior Software Engineer, Braze (formerly Appboy)
Zach graduated from Vanderbilt University with a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics in 2013. He currently works for Braze (formerly Appboy) as a Senior Software Engineer, working with technology like Ruby, Rails, Sidekiq, MongoDB, and more!


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Gramercy

9:00am

Implementation and Operationalization of MongoDB Sharding in a Highly Complex and Secured Platform [Cisco Systems Inc.]
Implementation and Operationalization of MongoDB Sharding in a Highly Complex and Secured Platform - Order Processing System at Cisco Systems Inc.

The order processing system at Cisco, with a large volume of order transactions, requires high performance, scalable, highly available, and secured environment. This was achieved by implementing a MongoDB sharded cluster on private cloud infrastructure with high security and automation tools.

Speakers
avatar for Ramabathiran Arumugam

Ramabathiran Arumugam

Architect, Cisco
Over 20 years of experience in different database platforms like Oracle, Mongo, MySQL, Cassandra and ERP and Fusion Middleware Application. Working is Cisco for more than 10years in the area of Solution Architect, Design, implement and operate complex Mongo, Oracle and ERP, FMW... Read More →
avatar for Mahesh Vaghela

Mahesh Vaghela

Member Of Technical Staff, Cisco
Mahesh is a Computer Science graduate working as Technical architect at Cisco driving innovation in IT organization to enable new business model in rapidly changing business environment. His expertise include cloud native transformation, MongoDB, Kafka, Elastic, Java, & ERP appl... Read More →
avatar for Nayeem Khaja

Nayeem Khaja

Cisco
Has been working the database/Infrastructure technologies past 2 decades. Implemented & supported many turnkey projects with Customer focus products as a key benchmark. Presently on implementing database technologies in Private cloud. Hobbies- I enjoy playing sports Badminton and... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Madison

9:00am

Enabling Global Tire Design Leveraging MongoDB's Document Model [Bridgestone]
Bridgestone’s tire geometry modeling and simulation and real-time global design collaboration is accomplished because our next generation design tools leverage flexible data representation, object mapping, and geographic distribution enabled by MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Andy Hovest

Andy Hovest

Software Architect, Bridgestone Americas, LLC
As a software craftsman for 20+ years, we can talk software. I've worked on real-time flight simulators, vessel tracking systems, and currently product design and FEA simulation tools. My family of 8 keeps me active with their variety of extracurricular activities, and I enjoy coaching... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Murray Hill

9:00am

High Performance Auditing of Changes Based on MongoDB Change Streams [FICO]
In this talk, we’ll explain how FICO’s Alert and Case Management product (ACM) is using MongoDB’s Change Streams to capture changes in object graphs so that auditors can review a history of changes or re-create snapshots of accounts at any particular time.

Speakers
avatar for Carlos Saraiva

Carlos Saraiva

Sr. Principal Architect, FICO
Carlos is currently a Sr. Principal Architect at FICO. He is the lead architect for FICO's Alert & Case Manager (ACM), Falcon Assurance Navigator (FAN) - a fraud, waste, and abuse detection product for the higher education sector - and Insurance Fraud Manager (IFM) - a health insurance... Read More →
avatar for Sönke Sothmann

Sönke Sothmann

Principal Engineer, FICO
Sönke is a software developer and architect with a passion for scalable back end architectures as well as modern web front ends. He is currently a Principal Engineer - Technical Architecture at FICO Germany, where he is working as tech lead and part of the architecture and design... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Rhinelander South

9:00am

Tutorial: Introduction to MongoDB Stitch Hands-on Workshop [MongoDB]
Join our hands-on workshop to get up and running with all aspects of MongoDB! From deploying an Atlas cluster to creating Stitch services, we’ll work through a variety of lab exercises together. Don’t worry if you don’t finish! The free environment you create in this lab will be yours forever.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →
avatar for Brian Leonard

Brian Leonard

MongoDB
Brian Leonard is a Solutions Architect at MongoDB where he is responsible for helping customers gain a competitive advantage through the design of agile, reliable and scalable systems. Prior to joining MongoDB, Brian served in many engineering roles at Sun Microsystems and Oracle... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 10:45am
Nassau

9:00am

Tutorial: A Journey to Magical Security Creatures’ Land [MongoDB]
The interactive presentation will use a metaphor, comparing security features to magical creatures, in that they both must be treated right. This game-based learning session will help audiences to understand the security features MongoDB has to offer and how to use them correctly.

Speakers

Monday June 17, 2019 9:00am - 10:45am
Beekman

10:00am

Get Going: An Introduction to the Official MongoDB Go Driver [MongoDB]
Building a MongoDB driver is no simple task. It involves years of development, tough API design decisions, and a strong understanding of the programming language it’s written in. In this talk, a senior engineer on the project will show and tell the newly stable MongoDB Go driver. You’ll learn how it’s evolved over the last two and a half years, where it’s going, and how to use it. Instead of the traditional slides of code, we’ll build a small application that will showcase the various features of the driver, including some sharp edges that weren’t smoothed out before shipping the 1.0.

Speakers
avatar for Kris Brandow

Kris Brandow

Senior Software Engineer, MongoDB
Kris is a software engineer at MongoDB. He works on the Go driver and has been writing Go full time for 5.5 years. He started his career as a developer for the Drupal content management system and has worked his way down the stack. In his free time he enjoys read, writing, and b... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Madison

10:00am

Simplici-tea: Getting Started with MongoDB Charts on Atlas [MongoDB]
More often than not, when setting up or installing a new piece of software, one must fill the monotony of waiting with something else. If you’re like me, then this is normally the perfect time to make a hot beverage – and being British, the hot beverage of choice for me is almost always tea.
However, MongoDB Charts on Atlas is so incredibly fast to setup and so easy to get started with, that I claim that there isn’t sufficient time to make a cup of tea. To prove this claim, I will demonstrate how to get started in visualising your data with MongoDB Charts on Atlas, all while racing the clock to brew the perfect cup of tea.
By attending this session you will learn:
  • How to setup MongoDB Charts on Atlas.
  • The capabilities and features of MongoDB Charts.
  • How to visualise your data in a meaningful way.
  • And also... how to make a proper cup of tea.
Attendees of any level of experience are welcome, though having a basic understanding of how to create a project and deploy a cluster in MongoDB Atlas is recommended (as these steps are not covered by this session).

Speakers
avatar for Matt Fairbrass

Matt Fairbrass

Senior Software Engineer, MongoDB
I'm a software engineer originally from the UK, now living down under in the beautiful city of Sydney, Australia. In my spare time you'll either find me playing or modding video games, writing content for the Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) campaign that I run, or tinkering/experimenting... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Sutton North

10:00am

From the Closet to the Cloud [Rent the Runway]

Speakers
avatar for Becky Case

Becky Case

VP, Engineering, Rent The Runway
Becky is the VP of Engineering at Rent The Runway overseeing consumer, subscription, and mobile technology. She is a musician-turned-computer-scientist who specializes in architecting large-scale systems in the e-commerce space. Prior to joining Rent the Runway, she worked at Birchbox... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Gramercy

10:00am

Drivers: .NET
Discuss topics related to using the .NET Driver for MongoDB.  Meet and talk with the developers of the .NET Driver.  Come with questions and suggestions for improvements and new features.  We value your feedback and look forward to meeting you.

Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Gibson

10:00am

Prepare Yourselves: Sharded Transactions Are Coming [MongoDB]
Wait, isn't Cross-Shard Transactions a Sharding feature? What does it have to with Replication?
Well, in order to make sharded transactions work, we needed a distributed commit protocol to handle various failovers. One key stage of this protocol is making sure that all shards are “prepared” before they commit. As a result, the replication system needed to make a promise: a transaction that is in the “prepare” state will survive failovers. This means that we don’t corrupt your transactions and we don’t deadlock your system. We worry about those things so that you don’t have to.
In this talk, we will follow the lifetime of a sharded transaction and show you how we keep your data safe. You’ll hear about design decisions, implementation details, and key behaviors from two of the engineers that built Prepare Support for Sharded Transactions.

Speakers
avatar for Pavi Vetriselvan

Pavi Vetriselvan

Software Engineer, MongoDB
I joined MongoDB as a New Grad in 2017 after graduating from the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). Since joining the Replication Team, I've worked on shell support and server side metrics for Transactions in 4.0 and Prepare Support for Sharded Transactions in 4.2.
avatar for Samy Lanka

Samy Lanka

Software Engineer, MongoDB
I've been at MongoDB for about a year on the Replication Team, where I've spent almost all my time working on Prepare Support For Transactions. I graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2016 having majored in Computer Science. I then got my Masters in Computer Science from Carnegie... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Rhinelander South

10:00am

Tips and Tricks++ for Querying and Indexing MongoDB [MongoDB]
Query performance can either be a constant headache or the unsung hero of an application. MongoDB provides extremely powerful querying capabilities when used properly. As a senior member of the support team I will share more common mistakes observed and some tips and tricks to avoiding them.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Harris

Christopher Harris

Senior Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Chris joined MongoDB at the beginning of 2016 and has enjoyed helping customer succeed ever since. He particularly enjoys learning about and assisting with any question related to queries and indexing. In his free time Chris enjoys crashing his drone, learning random new skills... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Murray Hill

10:00am

Deterministic Document Analysis with Rust and WASM [MongoDB]
This talk is a story of converting an existing schema parser used in Compass from JavaScript to Rust and bringing it to an Electron app. I will cover principles of document analysis, bringing WASM into a React app and using Rust in JS to improve performance without loosing BSON data integrity.

Speakers
avatar for Irina Shestak

Irina Shestak

MongoDB
Irina is a Berlin-via-London-via-Vancouver engineer writing JavaScript and Rust over at MongoDB. Irina has given talks at conferences around the world about her various adventures in the world of programming, including JSConfAU, NodeFest Tokyo, NordicJS and BrazilJS.Outside of writing... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am
Regent

11:00am

From Transformation to Innovation: Lean-teams, Continuous Delivery, and Artificial Intelligence with MongoDB at Travelers Insurance [Travelers]
Come and listen to Mike Braasch, Doug Calegari and Jeff Needham talk about Lean Teams, Continuous Delivery Pipelines, and Artificial Intelligence at Travelers Insurance. You’ll hear how MongoDB is part of a new era of innovation at one of the nation’s oldest, most respected insurers.

Speakers
avatar for Mike Braasch

Mike Braasch

2nd Vice President of Technology, Travelers
Come listen to our talk on "Transformation to Innovation: Lean Teams, Continuous Delivery and Artificial Intelligence with MongoDB at Travelers Insurance" at 11:00am (Eastern) in the Rhinelander Room on 6/17.
avatar for Doug Calegari

Doug Calegari

Director of Architecture and Strategic Development, Travelers
Douglas Calegari is an AI Architect at Travelers Insurance Company. He is currently driving the development of AI and Machine Learning solutions that optimize Travelers Business Insurance underwriting process. In a career that has spanned several decades, Doug has worked for multiple... Read More →
avatar for Jeff Needham

Jeff Needham

Travelers
Jeff Needham is a Director of Architecture at Travelers Insurance - leading efforts to implement disruptive technologies into the software stack, including MongoDB. Prior to joining Travelers Insurance in 2008, Jeff spent 10 years working for 3 different software vendors, and a large... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Rhinelander South

11:00am

Managing a Heterogeneous Data Stack with Informatica and MongoDB Atlas [ Informatica, MongoDB]
Over the past few months, MongoDB and Informatica have worked together to extend the functionality and performance of connectivity to MongoDB. These connectivity improvements enhance overall user experience and utilize MongoDB's native drivers to connect to MongoDB to achieve great performance while managing data across systems.

This session will focus on managing a data stack including SQL Server, Oracle, and MongoDB Atlas using Informatica’s Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS)/iPaaS suite. We’ll discuss several real-world use cases, and demonstrate how to track data lineage, and develop complex data integration flows with Informatica iPaaS tooling.


Speakers
avatar for Sumon Saha

Sumon Saha

Director, Product Management, Cloud & Big Data Ecosystems, Informatica
avatar for Seth Payne

Seth Payne

Sr Product Manager, Enterprise Tools, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Sutton North

11:00am

Terraform New Worlds on MongoDB Atlas [MongoDB]
MongoDB Atlas, MongoDB's database as a service platform, has made it faster and easier than ever to use MongoDB and as teams find their Atlas "flow" they smartly want to automate it to increase developer velocity. Many are creating this kind of automation with HashiCorp's Terraform so let's bring these two great platforms together! We'll look at the resources provided by the Atlas API and then I'll show how to automate a flow securely with a Terraform Provider for Atlas. We will end by covering how MongoDB is making this experience even better going forward.


Speakers
avatar for Melissa Plunkett

Melissa Plunkett

Sr. Product Manager - Cloud, MongoDB
Melissa is a Sr. Product Manager in Cloud focusing on Automation and she wants to help all users automate their way out of as much low-value, boring work as possible so we can focus on building amazing things together.


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Regent

11:00am

A MongoDB Journey: Moving From a Relational Database to MongoDB Atlas [Northwestern Mutual]
Learn how we moved from an old-school, relational database to MongoDB Atlas in the cloud and reduced our costs and headaches along the way.

Speakers
avatar for Liz Kegel

Liz Kegel

Sr. Software Engineer, Northwestern Mutual
I have over 20 years experience in IT with a focus on enterprise content services in the health insurance and financial services industries. Outside of work, I enjoy cooking, camping and traveling.
avatar for Kurt Schwanz

Kurt Schwanz

Senior Engineer, Northwestern Mutual
I have a broad background in systems administration, infrastructure, and project management. My current specialties are Enterprise Content Management and cloud infrastructure.


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Madison

11:00am

Does Remote Work Really Work? [MongoDB]
Spoiler alert: Yes, remote work really does work!

With nearly nine years of experience as a remote employee across three different companies, Lauren knows the ups and downs of remote work. In this session, she will dive into what the research says about remote work and share her personal stories of failures and successes.

You'll walk away from this session knowing why remote work is awesome, empowered to convince your boss to let you work remotely, and armed with the tools you need to be a happy, successful remote employee.

If you've been thinking about making the transition to working remotely, you're a manager of people who are or could work remotely, or you've made the leap to remote work and are struggling to make it work, this is the session for you!

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Schaefer

Lauren Schaefer

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a developer advocate for MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM. She held a variety of roles there including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She went on to be a developer... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Clinton

11:00am

Life In Stitch-es [Acxiom]
So you’ve developed an app in MongoDB Stitch? Now what? What is day-to-day use of  MongoDB Stitch really like? We’ll talk topics like multi-environment deployment (dev → test → production); logging; testing and timing; and how to best make MongoDB and Stitch work for your application.

Speakers
avatar for Ed Bozovsky

Ed Bozovsky

Principle Architect, Acxiom
Ed is an Principle Software Architect for Acxiom, an IPG company, with his recent focus on real-time services utilizing MongoDB Atlas and Stitch and AWS. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect and AWS Certified Developer. He’s designed or developed many of the components of... Read More →
avatar for Karen Wilson

Karen Wilson

Expert Architect, Acxiom LLC
Karen Wilson is an Expert Architect at Acxiom, LLC. Her specialties include Java, Back-End Web Services and API design. While with Acxiom, Mrs. Wilson has also worked on their custom campaign management software offerings to include a graphical to textual converter and language parser... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Gramercy

11:00am

Writing Fault Tolerant MongoDB Applications [MongoDB]
Murphy's Law states that "whatever can go wrong, will go wrong". Learn to leverage features of MongoDB and its drivers to outsmart Murphy and keep your application running.

Speakers
avatar for James Kovacs

James Kovacs

MongoDB
James is a senior technical services engineer with MongoDB specializing in the core database and drivers. A software developer at heart, he has dabbled in a wide variety of programming languages and is the creator of psake (pronounced "sakeh"), a popular build framework for Microsoft... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Murray Hill

11:00am

The Journey of Migration from Oracle to MongoDB at Rakuten [Rakuten]
Find out more about our journey of migrating to MongoDB after using Oracle for our hotel search database for over ten years.

- How did we solve the synchronization problem with the Master Database?
- How to get fast search results (even with massive write operations)?
- How other issues were solved

Speakers
avatar for Akihiro Tatematsu

Akihiro Tatematsu

DBA, Rakuten
I experienced DC migration as an Oracle DBA until 2015, for 5 years.Since then, I've managed MongoDB/Elasticsearch/Redis, mainly as a NoSQL DBA and Assistant Manager of Data Management Group.


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Beekman

11:00am

MongoDB Cluster Design: From Redundancy to GDPR [MongoDB]
No matter if you're thinking of migrating to MongoDB, or need to meet legal requirements for an existing on-prem cluster, this talk has you covered. We start with the basics of replication and sharding and quickly scale up, covering everything you need to know to control your data, and keep it safe from unexpected data loss or downtime - a well-designed MongoDB cluster should have no single point of failure. Learn how others are “stretching” what’s possible but why you shouldn't! I'll present real-world examples from my life in the field in Europe and beyond.




Speakers
avatar for Nic Cottrell

Nic Cottrell

Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Nic joined MongoDB in 2017 as a Consulting Engineer and currently works as a Technical Services engineer in Europe. Previously, he worked as a developer, consultant and project manager for database and web apps in Australia, the UK, Iceland, Sweden and France. Nic specializes in solutions... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am
Nassau

11:45am

Lunch
Monday June 17, 2019 11:45am - 12:45pm
Partner Pavilion

11:45am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge Lunch
Monday June 17, 2019 11:45am - 12:45pm
Clinton

12:00pm

Women & Trans Coders Lounge Lunch
Monday June 17, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm

1:00pm

Cultivating Empathy in Tech: The Need for Humanity at the Heart of Innovation
In tech, we focus on the “gaps” — gaps in pay, gender, talent, wealth but we miss humanity’s
most dangerous one - the empathy gap. Without sharing and understanding our feelings, we
perpetuate negative trends. We need empathy and compassion in tech — we need to bring
humanity back into the equation.

Speakers

Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Clinton

1:00pm

A Real-time Clinical Decision Support System: Building A Machine Learning Platform Using MongoDB [Mount Sinai Health Systems]
We will present the application of MongoDB to build ML platform at one of the largest health systems in the country. We will discuss:
a) how we used MongoDB as a clinical data lake
b) how we are creating a single view of data
c) use of Spark-Mongo connector
d) how we used change-stream.

Speakers
avatar for Prem Timisina

Prem Timisina

Lead Data Science Engineer, Mount Sinai Health Systems
avatar for Arash Kia

Arash Kia

Clinical Data Science Lead, Mount Sinai Health Systems


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Beekman

1:00pm

Mastering  MongoDB in Kubernetes [Amadeus]
We will demonstrate why the MongoDB Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes is a game changer at Amadeus. The MongoDB Enterprise Operator for K8S is not just a resource for managing containers, it is a controller that extends the Kubernetes API.

Speakers
avatar for Paul Hubert

Paul Hubert

CTO Office, Amadeus
avatar for Arkadiusz Borucki

Arkadiusz Borucki

Senior DevOps, Amadeus


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Rhinelander South

1:00pm

Event Horizon: Meet Albert Einstein As You Move To The Cloud [MongoDB]
You fire up your brand-new MongoDB Atlas cluster, and the application that used to run like a charm slows to a crawl. Welcome to space, time, and the laws of computing without warp drives. If you want to know how to maintain thousands of operations per second across thousands of miles, this talk is for you.

Speakers
avatar for Andre Spiegel

Andre Spiegel

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Regent

1:00pm

Drivers: Python
Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Gibson

1:00pm

BSON Transpilers: Transpiling from Any Language to Any Language! [MongoDB]
This talk will go through the technical design of our anything-to-anything transpiler and teach attendees how they can add their own favorite language to Compass. We'll talk about classic compiler design principles and how we leveraged various technologies to create a dynamic, extensible transpiler.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Herlihy

Anna Herlihy

Senior Software Engineer, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Murray Hill

1:00pm

RDBMS Versus MongoDB Aggregation Performance [MongoDB]
Join me as we compare the performance of MySQL and MongoDB aggregating and analysing data against a large, real-world data set. From this talk, you will learn when MongoDB is faster than MySQL, why that's the case, and that doctors appear to do some very questionable things.










Speakers
avatar for John Page

John Page

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB
I love to talk low level things, bits and bytes, algorithms, performance and hardware. I like to know how things work and what changing things will do to the performance. Hit me up for any schema or developer topics.


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Gramercy

1:00pm

Just-in-time Validation with JSON Schema [MongoDB]
MongoDB is famous for its flexible schema. This feature is invaluable to developer productivity, enabling applications to evolve naturally with changing requirements without the need to revisit the schema designs throughout multiple layers of the stack. However, in any organization, a number of factors ranging from risk mitigation to politics may drive the need to enforce a more rigid schema. The way to address this need is through JSON Schema, which is an industry standard for validating JSON documents. In this talk, I will provide an overview of how to implement JSON Schema in MongoDB. I will also outline how teams can introduce JSON schema validation at just the right time in the lifecycle of their applications, balancing the benefits of developer productivity with requirements for strict schema enforcement.

Speakers
avatar for Yulia Genkina

Yulia Genkina

Curriculum Software Engineer, MongoDB
Yulia is a Curriculum Engineer at MongoDB. Prior to MongoDB Yulia worked at Stuyvesant High School where she taught Computer Science to hundreds of unsuspecting students. Aside from teaching and programming she enjoys singing and playing music, volunteering for the circus, hiking... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm
Sutton North

1:00pm

Tutorial: Hands-on with Realm Mobile Database [Realm/MongoDB]
This is a hands-on lab session to show key concepts for building mobile apps with realm: how to set up your app to share data across threads, apps and platforms, building upon reactive principles, leverage live objects and more.

Speakers
avatar for Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

Founder of Realm, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Nassau

1:30pm

Bridging The Digital Divide for Incarcerated Men & Women [Re/ Version]
On average we spend more money to incarcerate an individual than to invest in their human potential. Taxpayers contribute up to 60,000 per year to house ONE person. While, the average cost to attend Harvard could cost up to 67,000.


To address such a complicated and multifaceted criminal justice system requires the work of many. Re/Version seeks to prepare incarcerated individuals to participate in a digital age economy by providing technical training and investing in their untapped potential. We will leverage industry professionals to lead workshops in Rikers Island for people set to be released within 6-months.



We dare to expand on people’s potential, bridge the digital divide, and change the narrative that surrounds individuals with a criminal history. Will you also dare to do more?

Speakers
avatar for Tiffany Jackson

Tiffany Jackson

Founder, Re/ Version
A professional with over 8 years of experience in strategic design, community development, and program implementation. I'm passionate about creating viable pathways of success for individuals, diversifying the tech workforce, and leveraging the tools for companies and individuals... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Clinton

2:00pm

Searching for a Better Me: How Simple Habit Uses $text Search to Help Users Stress Less, Achieve More, & Live Better
If you're small and nimble, you need something like yourself. To the rescue MongoDB's $text search! Why is it so awesome? MongoDB's text search enables an incredibly fast implementation of beyond basic search capabilities. Learn how with Krystal.

Speakers
avatar for Krystal Flores

Krystal Flores

Software Engineer, Simple Habit


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Clinton

2:00pm

re:Innovate from Siloed to Deep Insights on Your Data [AWS]
Are you tired of tedious and long data-to-insights journey, siloed data and unleveraged Data? Would you like existing demographic data help you drive business outcome? Would you like NOT to create any data lake and direct insights on data with pre-fabricated data structure without any efforts?


Speakers
avatar for Jignesh Desai

Jignesh Desai

Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Solutions Architect at AWS on the GSII (Global System Integrators and Influencers) team. My team is tasked with the multi-billion dollar world-wide partner eco-system and large cross-section system integration in order to provide services for our enterprise customers to design, transform... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Madison

2:00pm

Analytics with MongoDB: The Data Warehouse You Didn't Know You Had [igeno]
Creating a modern analytics platform with MongoDB and serverless technologies

You may associate data warehousing, BI, data lakes, and analytics with multi-million dollar projects, but the reality is that the world has changed in the last decade. A development framework and case studies will be provided.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Clancy

Mark Clancy

CEO, igeno
Mark Clancy is CEO of igeno, a boutique consulting and software development firm specializing in MongoDB. Mark has over 25 years experience in database technologies, software development and analytics. Over the past few years, he has focused his efforts exclusively on MongoDB.Mark... Read More →
avatar for Stuart Shiell

Stuart Shiell

Data Scientist, igeno
Understanding the world around me through data, is my passion. I have spent more than 20 years analyzing human behavior and business outcomes across retail, restaurants, and tourism. I have a broad range of projects underway. At the moment, I am actively teaching, implementing Power... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Murray Hill

2:00pm

Don't Break the Camel's Back: Running MongoDB as Hard as Possible
Braze sends over a billion push notifications and emails each day as fast as possible. Each message requires multiple writes to MongoDB. In this talk, CTO Jon Hyman will discuss how Braze has built custom driver patches, monitoring and automated scaling systems to ensure maximal throughput.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Hyman

Jon Hyman

Cofounder & CTO, Braze (formerly Appboy)


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Rhinelander South

2:00pm

Finding the Right MongoDB Atlas Cluster Size: Does This Instance Make My App Look Fast? [MongoDB]
How do you determine whether your MongoDB Atlas cluster is over provisioned, whether the new feature in your next application release will crush your cluster, or when to increase cluster size based upon planned usage growth?  MongoDB Atlas provides over a hundred metrics enabling visibility into the inner workings of MongoDB performance, but how do apply all this information to make capacity planning decisions? This presentation will enable you to effectively analyze your MongoDB performance to optimize your MongoDB Atlas spend and ensure smooth application operation into the future.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Runkel

Jay Runkel

MongoDB
I have 10+ of NoSQL database experience and nearly 6 years of experience at MongoDB. I work with some of MongoDB's largest, complex, and most strategic customers. Outside of MongoDB, I am an avid Crossfitter, love to cook, and enjoy spending time with my family and two dogs.
avatar for Dawoud Ibrahim

Dawoud Ibrahim

Solutions Architect, Mongodb


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Gramercy

2:00pm

Packing Up Your Data and Moving to MongoDB Atlas [Facilitron]
Moving to a new home is daunting. Packing up all your things, getting a vehicle to move it all, unpacking it, updating your mailing address, and making sure you did not leave anything behind. Well, the move to MongoDB Atlas is similar, but all the logistics are already figured out for you by MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Gaylord

Steve Gaylord

Chief Software Engineer, Facilitron, Inc.
Steve Gaylord has spent the last few years working to help schools and municipalities improve their Facility Use and Rental Program. At Facilitron, we have created an intuitive cloud-based platform to request facility use and organize assets across the organization, while reducing... Read More →
avatar for Dmitriy Bronin

Dmitriy Bronin

Chief Architect, Facilitron, Inc.
Software design and architecture, especially server/client implementations. Distributed systems and parallelism. Node JS and MongoDB.Animals, especially the domesticated kind; and traveling.


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Regent

2:00pm

Drivers: Node
Come hang out with the node driver maintainers to talk about the exciting world of MongoDB and Node.js. Learn about plans for upcoming features, and have all your questions answered directly by the developers. All levels of experience welcome!

Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Gibson

2:00pm

A Complete Methodology to Data Modeling for MongoDB [MongoDB]
Are you new to schema design for MongoDB, or are looking for a more complete or agile process than what you are following currently? In this talk we will guide you through the phases of a flexible methodology that you can apply to projects ranging from small to large with very demanding requirements.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Coupal

Daniel Coupal

Curriculum Engineer, MongoDB
Daniel is a Curriculum Engineer on the Education team at MongoDB. His principal duties are to produce content for different MongoDB classes and deliver advanced training to the new employees. His favorite subject is Data Modeling. Before working at MongoDB, Daniel had various roles... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Sutton North

2:00pm

From Traditional Oil and Gas to Sustainable Energy OR From a Traditional RDBMS to MongoDB [CGI]
With the transition to sustainable energy, the data tier supporting a surface-network becomes more and more important.
We will show how MongoDB plays a role in that transition, enabling us to ignore recommended patterns and use radical approaches instead for a high-performing Sustainable Energy Solution.

Speakers
avatar for Michaël van der Haven

Michaël van der Haven

Director Consulting Expert, CGI
Besides having fun in life with my family, travel and some private social projects, I have a job to support those endeavors: Almost 15 years of architecture experience in Oil and Gas en New & Sustainable Energies. Been through a lot of the hype cycles from SOA, to Big Data and now... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Beekman

2:30pm

DIY Glucose Monitoring with Open Source, MongoDB, and GCP [MongoDB]
Monitoring daily glucose is a hobby for some and a necessary life skill for others. In this talk, I will give a quick tutorial on continuous glucose monitoring solutions for yourself using GCP free tier, Atlas free tier, and open source software. We'll also spend a bit of time talking about mobile solutions in this space, and alerting with Stitch.






Speakers
avatar for Rachelle Palmer

Rachelle Palmer

Director, Atlas Technical Services, MongoDB


Monday June 17, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Clinton

2:45pm

Coffee Break
Monday June 17, 2019 2:45pm - 3:15pm
Partner Pavilion

3:15pm

Look, Ma, No Servers! Serverless Application Development with MongoDB Stitch [MongoDB]
Serverless architectures are hot right now--and for a good reason. Managing servers can be time consuming and painful.
We'll begin this talk by explaining what serverless really is. Then we'll dive into how you can use Stitch Functions and Stitch Triggers to rapidly build your next app. We'll discuss how to architect your app to take advantage of the benefits of serverless. We'll wrap up with a discussion of the software development lifecycle (think DevOps!) for serverless apps. You'll leave feeling confident that you can leverage MongoDB's serverless capabilities to rapidly build your next app.

Speakers
avatar for Lauren Schaefer

Lauren Schaefer

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Lauren Hayward Schaefer is a developer advocate for MongoDB. She began her career as a software engineer for IBM. She held a variety of roles there including full-stack developer, test automation specialist, social media lead, and growth hacking engineer. She went on to be a developer... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Gramercy

3:15pm

Get the Best of Geo Data with MongoDB Atlas and MongoDB Charts [MongoDB]
  • As a script kiddo, I was always fascinated by graphical rendering on computers, and how a billion numbers in a list can turn into a visual story - after a few hours of processing.
  • I ended up doing the job of my 11yo kid dreams: tell computers to work for me, and for my customers, and where better than in MongoDB, the database company?
  • Nowadays, nobody wants to wait for hours to get dashboards and charts, or be forced to use programming or third-party software: MongoDB Charts is now GA, allowing for blazing fast data visualisation directly out of MongoDB databases.
  • Every user now has the power to produce storytelling dashboards in a few clicks from any kind of MongoDB data, even the most complex data structures, without having to learn the query language.
  • Amongst all Charts cool features, there is ONE new feature that is a game changer: Geospatial charts
  • In this session, we will review how MongoDB Charts and ATLAS help you render your data into valuable graphics and maps, and I may even share some secrets on the future of this awesome product!

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Meister

Guillaume Meister

Principal Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Nerds also eventually become bald, but they are still nerds ! I was born in IT, bought my first computer at 11, developped software, wrote books, trained people, built databases, network, websites on every new topic that popped in this crazy IT world.What's great with MongoDB : a... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Sutton North

3:15pm

Unleash the Power of the MongoDB Aggregation Framework [Nagarro UK]
The MongoDB Aggregation Framework has immense computative power & capabilities, and you can use it to achieve exceptional results. I will be sharing some unconventional approaches to intricate use cases, including real-time data analytics and importing large amounts of RDBMS datasets into MongoDB.


Speakers
avatar for Abhishek Bagga

Abhishek Bagga

Solution Architect, Nagarro Software
Run-of-the-mill software developer and average engineer that achieved relative success by working with smart people and creating the environment for them to succeed. Now a Solution Architect, passionate about driving change and innovation programs focussed on business impact. Builder... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Beekman

3:15pm

Creating a Self-healing MongoDB Replica Set on GCP Compute Engine Resources using Terraform [Humana]
Take advantage of the elasticity of the cloud by creating resources that can heal themselves. Learn to create Compute Engine resources in GCP using Terraform that will install and configure a MongoDB replica set for you.

Speakers
avatar for Stephen Beasey

Stephen Beasey

Enterprise Cloud Architect, Humana
I am an Enterprise Cloud Architect at Humana. My team and I are laying out the cloud strategy with an eye on getting the most out of cloud elasticity. We are taking advantage of multi cloud implementations and encourage the use of SAAS products to enhance cloud presence.


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Rhinelander South

3:15pm

Ticketek: Scaling to Global Ticket Sales with MongoDB Atlas [Ticketek]
Learn how MongoDB Atlas has enabled Ticketek to grow rapidly across geographical boundaries and seamlessly support the adoption of new business initiatives. Tane Oakes, TEG Enterprise Architect, will do a deep dive on how MongoDB Atlas supports Ticketek's strategic multi-cloud initiative and how Ticketek uses MongoDB Stitch to establish a scalable and common API used by customers and partners. Tane will also explain how using MongoDB Atlas and MongoDB Stitch has helped reduce technical debt.

Speakers
avatar for Tane Oakes

Tane Oakes

Enterprise Architect, Ticketek
Tane Oakes is the Enterprise Architect of TEG, Asia Pacific’s leading ticketing, live entertainment and data analytics company. Tane is responsible for software development and architecture across Ticketek Australia, New Zealand and Asia, which together make up the region’s premier... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Regent

3:15pm

Drivers: JVM
In this fun and informal discussion you can find out about the developments in the MongoDB JVM drivers and upcoming future plans.

It's an exciting time to be a JVM engineer with the rising adoption of alternative languages and a faster Java release cycle. Come discuss these trends with people from across the industry. If you have any questions about MongoDB on the JVM or integrations with JVM languages, frameworks or libraries then this is the session for you!

Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Gibson

3:15pm

Benchmarking Transactions: MongoDB Meets TPC-C [MongoDB]
Using transactions sounds like a no-brainer, right? You already learned when and how to use transactions, now come and learn what the performance profile of using transactions in a typical "e-commerce" workload which was inspired by TPC-C Benchmark workload. We'll discuss how TPC-C workload was adapted to MongoDB best practices around indexes, schema design and other modifications, and what performance impact from these changes was.

Speakers
avatar for Asya Kamsky

Asya Kamsky

Principal Product Manager, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Murray Hill

3:15pm

Tutorial: Roll With The Changes: Adaptive Data Modeling for Evolving Applications [MongoDB]
MongoDB is well known for its flexible document model, but when and how do data models change as applications evolve? Take a journey through some practical strategies for realizing an evolving document structure in MongoDB. Are you ready to roll with the changes?!

Speakers
avatar for Ben Ogden

Ben Ogden

Senior Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Ben is a full-stack developer with 20+ years experience designing and building distributed systems at scale. Prior to joining MongoDB, he ran a software consultancy and also worked as a Software Engineer at AWS. Ben joined MongoDB in 2016 as a Consulting Engineer, working in the field... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 3:15pm - 5:00pm
Nassau

3:30pm

Keeping the Pulse: How Tech Can be Used to Hold Community Officials Accountable [Elucd]
Elucd is an early-stage startup that’s working to raise the bar for how community officials integrate the voice of the community into their strategies and decision making processes. Based in Brooklyn, Elucd has been developing a product that leverages survey data to help police departments and other community officials better understand metrics of trust and safety for cities across the US. This talk explores the ways Elucd is changing the script when it comes to reading community sentiment by keeping a finger on the pulse of cities.

Speakers
KJ

Kamille Johnson

Software engineer, Elucd
Let's talk about how tech helps people!


Monday June 17, 2019 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Clinton

4:15pm

Lessons Learned: Migrating Buffer's Production Database to MongoDB Atlas from MongoDB 2.4 [Buffer]
Last fall, Buffer migrated its sharded 4TB production database running MongoDB 2.4 to MongoDB's database-as-a-service platform, MongoDB Atlas. Come and find out what we learned. From issues migrating from 2.x to 3.x to general tips and workarounds that we used you're bound to have some takeaways for your next migration.

Speakers
avatar for Dan Farrelly

Dan Farrelly

CTO, Buffer
I'm currently leading Buffer's technical strategy to build a multi-product company with a team of 30+ engineers. After becoming a self-taught developer, I've worked in various disciplines from front-end to back-end, infrastructure and dev ops. I'm passionate about building strong... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Murray Hill

4:15pm

Plant a Seed, Grow a Tree, Atlas For Enterprise MongoDB [MongoDB]
In every org there comes a time
To build anew and free your mind
With Atlas you can launch for free
A new instance of MongoDB
Build out fast and watch it grow
To the head of the Enterprise class you'll go
With LDAP, Auditing, Data Warehousing, and more
Autoscale your way to the C-suite floor

Speakers
avatar for Ralph Capasso

Ralph Capasso

Lead Engineer, Atlas Enterprise, MongoDB
I am the Lead Engineer of the Atlas Enterprise Team at MongoDB. My team is responsible for bringing to life those features Enterprise businesses require to thrive on the Atlas platform. Prior to joining MongoDB, I spent sixteen years in the music business building digital asset... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Rhinelander South

4:15pm

Drivers: Go
Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gibson

4:15pm

Building a GraphQL API with MongoDB, Prisma, & TypeScript [Prisma]
Originally developed by Facebook, GraphQL is taking over the industry and replaces REST as an API standard. Learn how it works and build your own GraphQL API with Prisma, MongoDB & TypeScript. Prisma auto-generates a MonogDB client to connect your GraphQL resolvers with MongoDB in a type-safe way.

Speakers
avatar for Matthias Oertel

Matthias Oertel

Backend Developer, Prisma
Working as a backend developer on DBs, GraphQL and APIs at Prisma. Late starter in tech, management consultant in a former life. Perpetual student.


Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Gramercy

4:15pm

Winning the Digital Transformation Game with MongoDB [RBC Financial Services]
What do you need to build your digital strategy? An Agile Lab, few tattooed developers, Macbooks loaded with XCode and Android Studio and MongoDB. Learn how MongoDB played a key role in RBC Wealth’s digital transformation and delivering award winning mobile and web applications.

Speakers

Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Sutton North

4:15pm

Securing Application Data from Day One [MongoDB]
All too often the trend is to build an application first and then secure it second.  Luckily, with MongoDB Stitch it's easy to put data security first without slowing down development.  This session will provide a walkthrough of the best practices for authentication, data access, and data validation. We'll even provide a full sample application that you can use to get started after the session.  




Speakers
avatar for Drew DiPalma

Drew DiPalma

Product Manager, Cloud, MongoDB
Drew DiPalma has spent the last couple of years helping make complex databases more intuitive. Since joining MongoDB, he’s worked on Atlas, and more recently on MongoDB Stitch. Prior to joining MongoDB, Drew worked on distributed databases within Azure SQL Server and was a founding... Read More →


Monday June 17, 2019 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Regent

4:30pm

Polyglot Persistence with MongoDB: What You Need to Know to Make it Happen
Polyglot Persistence is an old concept, which involves the use of several DBMSs in the same project.
But what if we use the flexibility of MongoDB modeling to store data in other formats. What analyses should we make for this strategy to succeed? Find out by attending this talk.

Speakers
avatar for Danielle Monteiro

Danielle Monteiro

Senior Data Architect, DB4Beginners/Alto Volume
Mestra em Engenharia da Computação, autora do blog e do canal DB4Beginners.com, apresentadora do podcast Alto Volume. Após anos como desenvolvedora, já foi DBA e hoje é arquiteta de dados. Ganhadora de diversos prêmios na área de tecnologia.


Monday June 17, 2019 4:30pm - 4:55pm
Clinton

5:00pm

How MongoDB Powers Morgan Stanley's Business
Morgan Stanley is excited to share their journey of introducing and using MongoDB. You will gain insight in using MongoDB as a document-oriented, high performance and scalable database through different, real-life use cases.


Monday June 17, 2019 5:00pm - 5:45pm
Clinton
 
Tuesday, June 18
 

7:00am

Breakfast
Tuesday June 18, 2019 7:00am - 8:30am
Partner Pavilion

7:00am

Ask the Experts
Sign up for a private consulting appointment to get your questions answered by MongoDB experts. We'll help you whiteboard solutions to your most pressing problems and give you more insight into how MongoDB can help you in your current and upcoming projects

Tuesday June 18, 2019 7:00am - 10:00am
Partner Pavilion

7:00am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge - Day 2
The purpose of this space is to amplify the voices of non-binary people, women, and trans people of all genders within our engineering community. Stop by to network, participate in a guided discussion, or listen to a Make it Matter talk. During presentations, the lounge is open to all conference attendees.

What to expect in the lounge:
- Sessions on technology and the Make it Matter talk track, a talk track that includes talks on technology beyond MongoDB
- Guided discussions
- Women & Trans Coders Lunch: Connect with peers and make new friends while breaking bread in the lounge
- [Tuesday] Let's have a toast before heading to the Happy Hour together
- [Wednesday] Builder's Fest: Participate in the Goal Setting & Visualization and Zine Making workshops

Tuesday June 18, 2019 7:00am - 10:00am
Clinton

8:00am

Don't Panic - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the MongoDB Galaxy [MongoDB]
MongoDB continues to rocket into space with ever-increasing thrust, but you just showed up today at the launch pad. With such an ever-growing universe of features, tools and versions, where to start? Fear not, Friend, for this talk is aimed specifically at you. Remember, we were all once noobs...

Speakers
avatar for Eric Reid

Eric Reid

Senior Consulting Engineer, MongoDB
Eric Reid has been a Senior Consulting Engineer with MongoDB since 2017, after long careers at Sun Microsystems and Oracle. He had never worked with MongoDB until this job, and as such he has a special affinity for those just starting out with MongoDB products and technologies. As... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Regent

8:00am

Non-uniform Document Serialization and Versioning [Bridgestone]
A tire’s critical design and performance simulation data must be maintained for the lifetime of the product. As Bridgestone’s next generation platform for tire modeling continues to be developed we faced a unique problem for how to manage data serialization that allows continuity of capability.

Speakers
RE

Reese Eichhorn

Simulations System Architect, Bridgestone
I'm an rock climber with an engineering problem.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Nassau

8:00am

Mindlogger: A Digital Platform for Shareable Access-controlled Ecological Data Collection and Storage in MongoDB Atlas [Child MInd Institute MATTER Lab]
Internet-of-things and lifelogging tools provide new sources of contextual mental health data. In this talk, we will explore our in-development schemata, API, and interfaces for an open-source, free to use, easy to configure, and actively maintained tool to manage private-but-portable data.

Speakers
avatar for Jon Clucas

Jon Clucas

Research Technology Analyst, Child Mind Institute MATTER Lab
As a Research Technology Analyst in the Child Mind Institute MATTER Lab, Jon focuses on ecological (ie, "in the wild") tools for documenting behavioral and physiological signs and experiential symptoms, in or close to real time, in a wide variety of contexts. He's particularly interested... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Sutton North

8:00am

Sharding: Stories From the Field [MongoDB]
Learn how Sharding is being used in the real world! When you’ve been growing and are looking into how you can scale, get some ideas from others that have had the same challenges. Let’s talk through examples of how the features of Sharding can be used.  We’ll learn about how the latest features, and those on the roadmap, will help you solve the problems you are facing, and take Sharding from the written documentation to its real-world implementation.




Speakers
avatar for André de Frere

André de Frere

AVP APAC Technical Services, MongoDB
I work in the MongoDB technical services team, where we help solve problems for our customers. I've been working in support and running support teams for 20 years, based out of Sydney, Australia


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Rhinelander South

8:00am

A Tale of Two Use Cases: Innovative MongoDB Solutions for Code Schools [San Diego Code School]
Learn insider secrets to successfully using MongoDB to personalize learning paths. Discover why coding boot camps are wise to include MongoDB in their curriculum as well as how it shapes the overall student experience.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Roberts Jr

Michael Roberts Jr

Founder and CEO, San Diego Code School


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Murray Hill

8:00am

Raiders of the Anti-patterns: A Journey Towards Fixing Schema Mistakes in MongoDB [MongoDB]
As a software adventurer, Charles “Indy” Sarrazin, has brought numerous customers through the MongoDB world, using his extensive knowledge to make sure they always got the most out of their databases.
Let us embark on a journey inside the Document Model, where we will identify, analyze and fix anti-patterns. I will also provide you with tools to ease migration strategies towards the Temple of Lost Performance!
Be warned, though! You might want to learn about design patterns before, in order to survive this exhilarating trial!

Speakers
avatar for Charles Sarrazin

Charles Sarrazin

Principal Consulting Engineer, MongoDB, Inc.
Charles is a Principal Consulting Engineer based in Paris, France with 10 years of experience in software development, technical architecture and consultancy.As a consultant, he has helped more than a hundred companies all around the world with highly complex and demanding use cases... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 8:45am
Gramercy

8:00am

Tutorial: MongoDB Atlas Jumpstart [MongoDB]
Join this talk and test session with MongoDB Support where you'll go over the configuration and deployment of an Atlas environment. Setup a service that you can take back in a production-ready state and prepare to unleash your inner genius.

Speakers
avatar for Kip Iwakiri

Kip Iwakiri

MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 8:00am - 9:45am
Beekman

9:00am

Building an Efficient and Performant Data Model: Real World Challenges Faced and How We Solved Them [Infosys]
There is a tremendous innovation that has happened in the database space in the recent past. In the beginning, we had traditional file systems and hierarchical databases. We then graduated to Relational Database Management systems followed by database appliances and in-memory databases. Then we saw the data explosion. Hadoop was born to alleviate the challenges that followed this data explosion. But it also failed to meet the new age demands of the business. Batch oriented processing was not good enough for the speed that business is looking for. The need of the hour is a near real time solution that can not only process transactional but also analytical workloads at the same time. The new age NoSQL databases bring them all together. However, we need to unlearn a lot while designing applications on NoSQL. We need to throw our relational cap while building such solutions. In this session, we will talk about the best practices of designing performant data models, tools and accelerators that lend predictability especially while migrating from traditional RDBMS to modern NoSQL models. This will be substantiated with our experience in developing such data models for our clients across the verticals.

Speakers
avatar for Rajib Deb

Rajib Deb

Head of Architecture - Modernization Practice, Infosys
Rajib Deb has more than 21 years of experience in the industry. In his current role, he heads the architecture team globally for the Modernization Practice at Infosys.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Gibson

9:00am

Gaining ML Insight with Google Vision API and MongoDB [Google]
We will demonstrate how easy it is to use the Google Vision API to gain additional insights from a batch of photos that have no prior metadata attached.  By using this workflow, we will be able to quickly build a descriptive metadata database that can be leveraged for a variety of business use-cases.

Speakers
avatar for Kent Smith

Kent Smith

Enterprise Solutions Cloud Engineer, Google


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Madison

9:00am

Becoming an Ops Manager Backup Superhero! [MongoDB]
Oh no! My backups aren't progressing! If something happens in production now, and I don't have current backups, I'll be out of a job for sure!

If these words resonate with you, don’t worry; you’re not the only one! Backup issues are one of the most common topics we deal with in Technical Services. In this talk, we will go through the backup flow, talk about where things might go wrong, and the symptoms you will see in the logs and the UI. We will also talk about other commands you can run to confirm the diagnosis, and how support can assist if you’re still stuck. Finally, we will talk about the new backup architecture in 4.2 and how it simplifies some of these concerns. This session is suitable for those with all levels of Ops Manager experience, but attendees should have a basic understanding of MongoDB’s replication process before attending this session.

After this talk, you will have levelled up your backup superpowers, and can swoop in to save your job (and the day)!

Speakers
avatar for Joanna Cheng

Joanna Cheng

Team Lead, Technical Services, MongoDB
Joanna is a Team Lead in Technical Services, based in Sydney, Australia. She has been supporting Ops Manager since before backup was introduced (and before it was even named "Ops Manager"). Joanna joined MongoDB in July 2013 from IBM where she supported DB2.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Regent

9:00am

Cloud Native Applications with Pivotal Cloud Foundry and MongoDB [Pivotal]
Whether you run MongoDB on Kubernetes, on-premises on VMs, or through a managed service, you can build cloud-native apps that consume MongoDB uniformly. In this talk, you will learn and see demos of each of these options consumed from the same application running on Pivotal Cloud Foundry.

Speakers
avatar for Maggie Ambrose

Maggie Ambrose

Pivotal
Maggie is part of the Global Ecosystem Team at Pivotal. She works on expanding the Pivotal ecosystem with joint solutions across Dell Technologies. She is an Austin local and a member of Women Who Code Austin. Previous speaking experience includes Open Source Communities panel at... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Nassau

9:00am

Building Flexible and Secure Customer Applications with MongoDB Atlas [Unqork]
For enterprise software companies like Unqork, the NoSQL structure of MongoDB Atlas is a critical part of their infrastructure and business. This presentation will outline how MongoDB Atlas supports Unqork’s no-code, drag-and-drop infrastructure by providing a flexible and secure data environment.

Speakers
avatar for Gary Hoberman

Gary Hoberman

CEO/Founder, Unqork


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Gramercy

9:00am

REST-less Mobile Apps: Why Offline-first and Sync Matters for Your App and Business [Realm/MongoDB]
Learn how Seamless Sync helps businesses empower their workforce with mobile apps that work seamlessly anywhere. Get to know what offline-first apps are, use-cases that drive this need, why sync matters and why “REST is not best” for client/server communication.

Speakers
avatar for Ian Ward

Ian Ward

MongoDB
avatar for Robert Oberhofer

Robert Oberhofer

Head of Product Solutions, MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Rhinelander South

9:00am

MongoDB Read Isolation: Making Your Reads Clean, Committed, and Repeatable [MongoDB]
Isolation, the I in ACID, determines how/when the changes made by one operation become visible to another. Relational databases provide four isolation levels (uncommitted, committed, repeatable reads, and serialiable) to enable the trade off of performance versus the level of cross operation change visibility. In contrast, MongoDB’s isolation levels are controlled by using readConcerns and transactions. This talk will describe how the relational isolation levels compare to MongoDB’s isolation guarantees, how you configure MongoDB to provide the desired isolation level, and the performance implications.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Runkel

Jay Runkel

MongoDB
I have 10+ of NoSQL database experience and nearly 6 years of experience at MongoDB. I work with some of MongoDB's largest, complex, and most strategic customers. Outside of MongoDB, I am an avid Crossfitter, love to cook, and enjoy spending time with my family and two dogs.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Sutton North

9:00am

Best Practices for Working with IoT and Time-series Data [MongoDB]
Time series data is increasingly at the heart of modern applications - think IoT, stock trading, clickstreams, social media, and more. With the move from batch to real time systems, the efficient capture and analysis of time series data can enable organizations to better detect and respond to events ahead of their competitors or to improve operational efficiency to reduce cost and risk. Working with time series data is often different from regular application data, and there are best practices you should observe.

This talk covers:
  • Common components of an IoT solution
  • The challenges involved with managing time-series data in IoT applications
  • Different schema designs, and how these affect memory and disk utilization – two critical factors in application performance.
  • How to query, analyze and present IoT time-series data using MongoDB Compass and MongoDB Charts
At the end of the session, you will have a better understanding of key best practices in managing IoT time-series data with MongoDB.

Speakers
avatar for Robert Walters

Robert Walters

Director of IoT, MongoDB
My desk is littered with sensors, devices and a cluster of Raspberry Pis. With an Electrical Engineering background and a passion for IoT, I am amazed and excited about the possibilities IoT has to change the world we live in today. Each day I am looking at the market and needs... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am
Murray Hill

10:00am

Keynote Session
Tuesday June 18, 2019 10:00am - 11:30am
Grand Ballroom

11:30am

Lunch
Tuesday June 18, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge Lunch
Tuesday June 18, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Clinton

11:30am

Ask the Experts
Tuesday June 18, 2019 11:30am - 5:30pm
Partner Pavilion

12:45pm

IAG: Single View of Everything - Making the World a Safer Place with MongoDB and Kafka [IAG]
Single view of everything means understanding what our 13 million customers are doing, what's important to them and offering them the best and most relevant services. As the largest general insurance company in Australia, IAG chose to build our real-time single-view platform with MongoDB & Apache Kafka. The IAG Single View Platform (SVx) streams 4.4 billion customer, policy and vehicle information events in real-time. MongoDB has enabled IAG to rapidly deliver new features and scoring models on a secure, robust scalable stream processing platform.


Speakers
avatar for Simon Aubury

Simon Aubury

Principal Data Engineer Architect, IAG
Day job: Principle data engineer building scalable data systems using Mongo, Kafka and containerised workloads. Far too many years working with massive data processing, ingest and enterprise applications in Europe, Asia and Australia
avatar for Kieran Clulow

Kieran Clulow

Data Engineering Director, IAG
Kieran Clulow is Director of Data Engineering at IAG Group Australia - one of Australasia's largest insurance companies.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Beekman

12:45pm

MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Technical Deep Dive
MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a new service offered by MongoDB Atlas. Many organizations store long term, archival data in cost-effective storage like S3, GCP, and Azure Blobs. However, many of them do not have robust systems or tools to effectively utilize large amounts of data to inform decision making. MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a service allowing organizations to analyze their long-term data to discover a wealth of information about their business.
This session will take a deep dive into the features that are currently available in MongoDB Atlas Data Lake and how they are implemented. In addition, we'll discuss future plans and opportunities and offer ample Q&A time with the engineers on the project.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson

Software Engineer, MongoDB
Craig is a Christian, husband, father of 4, and a software engineer at MongoDB building tools for other developers.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Sutton North

12:45pm

Why NBCUniversal Migrated to MongoDB Atlas [Datavail]
NBCUniversal, a worldwide mass media corporation, was looking for a more affordable and easier way to manage their database solution that hosts their extensive online digital assets. With Datavail’s assistance, NBCUniversal, made the move from MongoDB 3.6 to MongoDB Atlas on AWS.

Speakers
avatar for Trinh Nguyen

Trinh Nguyen

Sr. Director of Technology, NBCUniversal


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Madison

12:45pm

Near Real-Time Analytical Data Hub with MongoDB [TD Ameritrade]
Attendees will learn how to build an operational data hub that can be used as a silo-buster. In this session, I will show how we developed a data hub at TD Ameritrade to provide actionable 360 views of client data using MongoDB. I will also explain why this approach suited our use case better than a Hadoop-based data lake.

Speakers
DV

Dilip Vazirani

TD Ameritrade
TS

Tajdar Siddiqui

TD Ameritrade
avatar for Gary Russo

Gary Russo

TD Ameritrade
Gary Russo – NoSQL Architect and Developer who is based in New York City. He has been building mission critical large scale NoSQL solutions for the past 10 years. He’s a big advocate for post-relational DB tech especially MongoDB. He currently works for TD Ameritrade where he’s... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Rhinelander South

12:45pm

Using the MongoDB Enterprise Kubernetes Operator to Scale MongoDB Containers on Red Hat OpenShift [Paychex]
Not everyone can take advantage of Managed Platforms like MongoDB Atlas. For those that can’t, there are alternatives. We’ll demonstrate how we are using the Enterprise Kubernetes Operator to create containers running MongoDB in Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform on Azure at scale.

Speakers
avatar for Michael Grayson

Michael Grayson

Senior Database Engineer, Paychex
Mike is a Senior Database Engineer specializing in DevOps, MongoDB, and Apache Kafka based out of Rochester, New York. He is a MongoDB Master and speaker in the Oracle, SQL Server and MongoDB communities.
avatar for Mark DeNeve

Mark DeNeve

Systems Engineer, Paychex
Mark is a Systems Engineer specializing in Storage, Virtualization, Containers, Kubernetes and OpenShift. He is based out of Rochester, New York.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Murray Hill

12:45pm

Drivers: Rust
Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Gibson

12:45pm

MongoDB Atlas Security 101 for Developers [MongoDB]
Before adding sensitive data to your database, it’s imperative that you thoroughly consider security and implement measures to keep it safe. MongoDB Atlas strives to streamline this process for developers by integrating a growing set of core security features with our deployments. As an engineer on Atlas, I think about how to make these features comprehensive and easy to use, and observe how developers interact with them. In this talk, I’ll discuss why the features we provide are important, and how you can easily tune them to suit your particular needs as your application grows.

Speakers
avatar for Pia Kochar

Pia Kochar

MongoDB
I've been at MongoDB for a year, working on the Atlas team. On Atlas, I'm a full-stack engineer and have led the project to add X.509 user authentication to Atlas, as well as a couple of projects related to VPC peering. Before that, I was at UPenn completing my master’s and bachelor’s... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Regent

12:45pm

Using Client Side Encryption in MongoDB 4.2 Link
Encryption is not a new concept to MongoDB. Encryption may occur in-transit (with TLS) and at-rest (with the encrypted storage engine). But MongoDB 4.2 introduces support for Client Side Encryption, ensuring the most sensitive data is encrypted before ever leaving the client application. Even full access to your MongoDB servers is not enough to decrypt this data. And better yet, client side encryption can be enabled at the "flick of a switch".
This session covers using client side encryption in your applications. This includes the necessary setup, how to encrypt data without sacrificing queryability, and what trade-offs to expect.


Speakers
avatar for Kevin Albertson

Kevin Albertson

Software Engineer, MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 1:30pm
Gramercy

12:45pm

Tutorial: Modern Web Dev with MongoDB Stitch [MongoDB]
In this tutorial you'll get a hands-on look at MongoDB Stitch enables
you to rapidly develop modern web applications. We'll learn and
implement the main features of the Stitch serverless backend, including
Rules and Triggers, and then learn how to connect to Stitch from a React
frontend application using the Stitch JavaScript SDK. Along the way
we'll cover topics like Data Modeling, User Authentication, and
Real-Time Data Updates. At the end of the tutorial you'll be armed with
a working knowledge of how to develop a web app with Stitch and have
real-time chat application built with React that you can use as a
reference for your own projects.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Larew

Nick Larew

MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 12:45pm - 2:00pm
Nassau

1:00pm

Rapid Iteration: In Search Of Nutrition 3.0 [Journey Foods]
At Journey Foods, our data services help food companies significantly reduce time and money spent on research and development. This talk tells the story of the many iterations our software platform has been through over the past year of our startup life. We explain why we built our proprietary nutrition database using MongoDB, how we've grown and changed, what we learned in the process, and close with future plans and our vision for Nutrition 3.0.

Speakers
avatar for Carol Schmitz

Carol Schmitz

Director of Engineering, Journey Foods
Talk to me about scaling mongodb collections and automating machine learning workflows.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:00pm - 1:25pm
Clinton

1:30pm

Alternative Data Where It’s Needed the Most: Satellite Imagery in North Africa
Economic development research heavily relies on limited, expensive and sometimes “doubtful” survey data. Processing (free) readily available NASA satellite imagery is one solution to the problem. This talk will highlight some of those benefits and walk through a step-by-step technical example.

Speakers
avatar for Mariem Ayadi

Mariem Ayadi

Data Scientist
Mariem's background is in computer science and engineering. She started her career as a software developer. She later discovered a passion for data science. Mariem works on various data sets and her projects touch upon BI, text mining, automation, sentiment analysis and recommendation... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:30pm - 1:55pm
Clinton

1:45pm

Aggregation Pipeline Power++: How MongoDB 4.2 Pipeline Empowers Queries, Updates, and Materialized Views [MongoDB]
Aggregation pipeline has been able to power your analysis of data since version 2.2. In 4.2 we added more power and now you can use it for more powerful queries, updates, and outputting your data to existing collections. Come hear how you can do everything with the pipeline, including single-view, ETL, data roll-ups and materialized views.



Speakers
avatar for Asya Kamsky

Asya Kamsky

Principal Product Manager, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Regent

1:45pm

Data Digital Decoupling [Accenture]
Why data decoupling? Learn how enterprises are pivoting to decouple big monolith and legacy data platform to smaller chunk and freedom to run anywhere and run multi-cloud agility for their business

Speakers
JS

Jayant Swami

Accenture


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Madison

1:45pm

Turkeys vs. Swans: Building Antifragile IT Systems for Disaster Response [The MITRE Corporation]
As climate continues to change, increasingly complex and interconnected systems are fragile to unpredictable catastrophic events known as "Black Swans", leading to so-called "Turkey Problems". This talk will demonstrate a prototype using MongoDB to provide resilient communications during a disaster.

Speakers
avatar for Imanuel Portalatin

Imanuel Portalatin

Systems Engineer, MITRE
Imanuel Portalatin is a Lead Systems Engineer with The MITRE Corporation, a non-profit research company, where he advises government sponsors on how to best leverage technologies like cloud computing, automation and DevOps, and NoSQL databases to solve difficult problems of national... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Murray Hill

1:45pm

Modern Data Backup and Recovery from On-premises to the Public Cloud [MongoDB]
Whether you are running MongoDB on-premise, self-managing in the cloud, or using MongoDB Atlas, it's critical that you have dependable backups of your data for when things go sideways. This takes infrastructure, storage, and coordination, which can be complex and costly. In MongoDB 4.2, we are changing how backup is architected, helping you reduce the required storage footprint and remove architectural complexities to increase performance and decrease costs. Come to this session to see how we're accomplishing this.




Speakers
avatar for Ben Cefalo

Ben Cefalo

Lead Product Manager, Cloud Services, MongoDB
Benjamin Cefalo is a Lead Product Manager for Cloud at MongoDB focusing on Backup and Identity and Access Management. Before joining MongoDB, Ben spent 4 ½ years at VMware as Senior Product Line Manager for SaaS. Specifically, SaaS Identity, Security and UX across the platform and... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Sutton North

1:45pm

1:45pm

Distributed Transactions: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility [MongoDB]
A year ago we launched replica-set transactions in MongoDB 4.0. We've now expanded transactions to span across shards, making development against MongoDB even easier. Snapshot isolation, write atomicity, distributed commit – we'll touch on it all. You'll learn all you need to know about distributed transactions before you push to prod.

Speakers
avatar for Aly Cabral

Aly Cabral

Product, MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Gramercy

1:45pm

How to Keep an Average API Response Time Less than 5ms with Handling 4k+ Read QPS and 6k+ Write QPS [Naver Corp]
Do you need high query performance on your MongoDB? I will share the story about how our team build a stable filter search API platform called ‘Mach’ with 6 MongoDBs, which has 4ms average response time while taking 4,000+ read QPS and 6,000+ write QPS.

Speakers
avatar for Kunbae Park

Kunbae Park

Software Developer, Naver


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Beekman

1:45pm

MongoDB Implementation at T-Mobile [T-Mobile]
Come hear about T-Mobile's success story!
MongoDB was our choice to service customers at high velocity and improve customer experience with lightning speed response for complex read queries.

Speakers
avatar for Linga Reddy Boddam

Linga Reddy Boddam

Principal Engineer, Software, T-Mobile


Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Rhinelander South

2:00pm

Mentoring & Creating Opportunity for Nontraditional Community Members [Storj Labs]
Universities are no longer the greatest feeders into the tech industry. As more people starting out their careers enter the tech industry via nontraditional vectors, how can we support underrepresented people? We can give back while building up. Learn about ways to mentor inclusively, and have a tangible impact.

Speakers
avatar for Jocelyn Matthews

Jocelyn Matthews

Global Community, Events and Evangelism, Storj Labs
Jocelyn Matthews is Community Manager at Storj Labs, a company focused on decentralized cloud object storage. Her focus is to grow a vibrant ecosystem to which people bring their best selves. She is a former Rosberg-Geist Fellow at UC Berkeley's Center for African Studies. Her ethnographic... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 2:00pm - 2:25pm
Clinton

2:30pm

Making an Impact Despite the Odds [MongoDB]
There are a lot of complexities at play when you're a millennial, a woman, and a minority in the tech industry, meaning that having an effective career to make an imprint on the world will be complicated and layered. But that doesn’t mean we cannot breaking down the walls of inequality. It just means you have to be strategic and employ multiple methods of tackling these problems to create more inclusive spaces for everyone.

I will share my stories as a consulting engineer, reflections of such, and how everyone can "have it all." Come for the technical and not-so-technical challenges and, of course, the constant need to positively improve oneself in an array of situations!

Speakers
avatar for Diana Esteves

Diana Esteves

Senior Consulting Engineer, MongoDB
I'm a Consulting Engineer with experience in all parts of the software development lifecycle. Since joining MongoDB, I've assisted in consults with many clients helping them with items such as health checks, production readiness, and training. Clients range from small startups to... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 2:30pm - 2:55pm
Clinton

2:30pm

Coffee Break
Tuesday June 18, 2019 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Partner Pavilion

3:00pm

Using MongoDB Services in Kubernetes: Any Platform, Development or Production
MongoDB Kubernetes operator is ready for prime-time. Learn about how MongoDB can be used with most popular orchestration platform, Kubernetes, and bring self-service, persistent storage to your containerized applications.






Speakers
avatar for Andrey Belik

Andrey Belik

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
avatar for Jason Mimick

Jason Mimick

Technical Director, MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Nassau

3:00pm

Wipro Software Defined Everything Powered by MongoDB [Wipro]
Software defined addresses customer’s next generation IT requirements such as enabling agility and scalability. SDx powers development of domain aligned vertical driven data services such as IoT and Analytics as part of SDX Modern Data Platform based on MongoDB which facilitates digital disruption.

Speakers

Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Madison

3:00pm

Go on a Data Safari with MongoDB Charts! [MongoDB]
These days, everyone is expected to be a data analyst. But with so much data available, how can you make sense of it and be sure you're making the best decisions? One great approach is to use data visualizations. In this session, Tom Hollander, Product Manager for MongoDB Charts, will take a complex dataset and show how the breadth of capabilities in MongoDB Charts can help you turn bits and bytes into insights.


Speakers
avatar for Tom Hollander

Tom Hollander

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
I'm the product manager responsible for MongoDB Charts.


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Gramercy

3:00pm

MongoDB in Data Science: How to Build a Scalable Product Using MongoDB
You have made a successful Proof of Concept by using Pandas for data manipulation and analysis. So, how are you going to productionize it? Come to learn how to transform your POC to a scalable product with MongoDB. Learn about pitfalls and drawbacks of Pandas and benefits of using MongoDB in the early stages.

Speakers
avatar for Vigen Sahakyan

Vigen Sahakyan

Senior Machine Learning Engineer, ShopBonsai
Vigen Sahakyan is a Machine Learning (ML) Engineer and Solutions Architect with experience delivering products in a wide variety of Artificial Intelligence (AI) fields including Computer Vision, Recommendation Engines, and Natural Language Processing (NLP). Currently, he leads ML... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Beekman

3:00pm

MongoDB Atlas Full-Text Search Deep Dive [MongoDB]
MongoDB is launching a new full-text search operator for MongoDB Atlas. This is a significant enhancement to MongoDB search features and is the easiest and most powerful full-text search solution for databases on MongoDB Atlas.
This talk is important for anyone who has implemented search or is considering a search feature in their MongoDB application.
You will see a demo of $searchBeta, learn about how it works, discover specific features to help you deliver relevant search results, and learn how you can start using full-text search in your application today.

Speakers
avatar for Ben Cefalo

Ben Cefalo

Lead Product Manager, Cloud Services, MongoDB
Benjamin Cefalo is a Lead Product Manager for Cloud at MongoDB focusing on Backup and Identity and Access Management. Before joining MongoDB, Ben spent 4 ½ years at VMware as Senior Product Line Manager for SaaS. Specifically, SaaS Identity, Security and UX across the platform and... Read More →
avatar for Doug Tarr

Doug Tarr

Director of Engineering, MongoDB
Doug Tarr is Director of Engineering at MongoDB in San Francisco. Doug joined MongoDB via mLab, a leading provider of cloud hosted MongoDB, where he was VP Engineering. Doug was also co-founder and VP Engineering at PayScale, a cloud compensation provider in Seattle and has held... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Regent

3:00pm

Drivers: Swift
Come talk to the developers of the MongoDB driver for Swift!  We will have an informal discussion of the driver’s current status and exciting upcoming plans, and will be available to answer any questions you may have about the driver.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Gibson

3:00pm

Realm: The Secret Sauce for Better Mobile Apps [Realm/MongoDB]
Realm Database is the fast, easy to use, and open source alternative to SQLite and Core Data that is popular with 100’s of thousands of developers. Learn from Alexander Stigsen, Realm’s creator, what makes it special and how it can be used to build better apps, faster.

Speakers
avatar for Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

Founder of Realm, MongoDB


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Murray Hill

3:00pm

New Encryption Capabilities in MongoDB 4.2: A Deep Dive into Protecting Sensitive Workloads [MongoDB]
Many applications with high-sensitivity workloads require enhanced technical options to control and limit access to confidential and regulated data. In some cases, system requirements or compliance obligations dictate a separation of duties for staff operating the database and those who maintain the application layer. In cloud-hosted environments, certain data are sometimes deemed too sensitive to store on third-party infrastructure. This is a common pain for system architects in the healthcare, finance, and consumer tech sectors — the benefits of managed, easily expanded compute and storage have been considered unavailable because of data confidentiality and privacy concerns.


This session will take a deep dive into new security capabilities in MongoDB 4.2 that address these scenarios, by enabling native client-side field-level encryption, using customer-managed keys. We will review how confidential data can be securely stored and easily accessed by applications running on MongoDB. Common query design patterns will be presented, with example code demonstrating strong end-to-end encryption in Atlas or on-premise. Implications for developers and others designing systems in regulated environments will be discussed, followed by a Q&A with senior MongoDB security engineers.



Speakers
avatar for Kenn White

Kenn White

Product Security, MongoDB
Kenneth White is a security engineer whose work focuses on networks and global systems. He is co-founder and Director of the Open Crypto Audit Project and led formal security reviews on TrueCrypt and OpenSSL. He currently leads applied encryption engineering in MongoDB's global product... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Sutton North

3:00pm

Machine Learning Development with MongoDB [MongoDB + Spoke]
Today an increasingly large number of products use machine learning to deliver a great personalized user experience, and workplace software is no exception. Learn how Spoke uses MongoDB to do dynamic model training in real time from user interaction data and automatically train and serve thousands of models, with multiple customized models per client.

Speakers
avatar for Rajhans Samdani

Rajhans Samdani

Chief Scientist, Spoke
Rajhans Samdani is the Chief Scientist at Spoke, which is a startup using Machine Learning to reinvent the way tickets and knowledge are handled inside modern workplaces. Prior to Spoke, Rajhans was a researcher at Google working on Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing... Read More →
avatar for Jane Fine

Jane Fine

Director of Product Marketing, Analytics, MongoDB
Jane Fine joined MongoDB in 2016 from Teradata Aster where she ran a Big Data Practice delivering advanced analytics such as churn analysis & customer 360, digital marketing attribution, sentiment analysis and IoT. Jane has over ten years of experience in enterprise software, analytics... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Rhinelander South

3:30pm

Launch Re-entry! How to Return to the Technical Workforce After a Parenting Gap [MongoDB]
Stepping away from your career to parent is terrifying, but it isn’t career-killing. Returning to work is daunting, but it isn’t impossible. I’ll share my experience returning to tech after 10 years raising kids. We’ll also discuss data, industry trends, and tips to instill the confidence you’ll need to relaunch your career without burning up on re-entry.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2019 3:30pm - 3:55pm
Clinton

4:00pm

Keynote Session featuring Emily Freeman, Adam Storm & the MongoDB World Hackathon Winners
Get inspired by industry leaders in the afternoon keynote. Hear from:

  • Emily Freeman, technologist, storyteller, and author of DevOps for Dummies
  • Adam Storm, Distinguished Engineer, IBM Data and AI

MongoDB World Hackathon winners will present their projects on stage and you can vote for the winning team!

Hackathon presenters include:
  • Vinit Todai, Brainhack Wheelchair
  • Samantha Wong, Porygon
  • Luannie Dang, Porygon
  • Lindsey Rothschild, Kegomate
  • Trey White, Kegomate
  • Margaret Duarte, Kegomate
  • Cullen Kirkpatrick, Kegomate

Tuesday June 18, 2019 4:00pm - 5:15pm
Grand Ballroom

5:15pm

Women & Trans Coders Toast
Let's have a toast in the lounge before heading to the Happy Hour together.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:15pm - 5:30pm
Clinton

5:15pm

High Score Happy Hour
Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:15pm - 7:00pm
Partner Pavilion

5:30pm

Curious to know what it's like to work at MongoDB? Join the Life at MongoDB booth!
Curious to know what it's like to work at MongoDB? Meet the MongoDB recruiting team during Happy Hour at the Life at MongoDB booth!

Get your questions answered on what it's like to be part of the MongoDB team, get to know the perks of working at MongoDB, and meet part of the team. Plus, you get to enter a raffle to win a prize.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm

5:30pm

LGBTQ Meetup
The MongoDB LGBTQ group extends an invitation to anyone who identifies as queer for drinks. Join us in the Women & Trans Coders Lounge to participate in our meetup.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Clinton

5:30pm

POC Engineers Meetup
Get to know event attendees who identify as people of color and members of the POC Network at MongoDB.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Partner Pavilion

5:30pm

Women in Tech Meetup
Connect with other attendees who identify as women.

Tuesday June 18, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Clinton
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:00am

Breakfast
Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:00am - 10:00am
Partner Pavilion

8:00am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge - Day 3
The purpose of this space is to amplify the voices of non-binary people, women, and trans people of all genders within our engineering community. Stop by to network, participate in a guided discussion, or listen to a Make it Matter talk. During presentations, the lounge is open to all conference attendees.

What to expect in the lounge:
- Sessions on technology and the Make it Matter talk track, a talk track that includes talks on technology beyond MongoDB
- Guided discussions
- Women & Trans Coders Lunch: Connect with peers and make new friends while breaking bread in the lounge
- [Wednesday] Builder's Fest: Participate in the Goal Setting & Visualization and Zine Making workshops

Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:00am - 3:00pm
Clinton

8:30am

ENCORE: MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Technical Deep Dive
MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a new service offered by MongoDB Atlas. Many organizations store long term, archival data in cost-effective storage like S3, GCP, and Azure Blobs. However, many of them do not have robust systems or tools to effectively utilize large amounts of data to inform decision making. MongoDB Atlas Data Lake is a service allowing organizations to analyze their long-term data to discover a wealth of information about their business.
This session will take a deep dive into the features that are currently available in MongoDB Atlas Data Lake and how they are implemented. In addition, we'll discuss future plans and opportunities and offer ample Q&A time with the engineers on the project.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Wilson

Craig Wilson

Software Engineer, MongoDB
Craig is a Christian, husband, father of 4, and a software engineer at MongoDB building tools for other developers.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:15am
Murray Hill East

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

ENCORE: RDBMS Versus MongoDB Aggregation Performance [MongoDB]
Join me as we compare the performance of MySQL and MongoDB aggregating and analysing data against a large, real-world data set. From this talk, you will learn when MongoDB is faster than MySQL, why that's the case, and that doctors appear to do some very questionable things.




Speakers
avatar for John Page

John Page

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB
I love to talk low level things, bits and bytes, algorithms, performance and hardware. I like to know how things work and what changing things will do to the performance. Hit me up for any schema or developer topics.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:15am
Madison

8:30am

ENCORE: A Complete Methodology of Data Modeling for MongoDB [MongoDB]
Are you new to schema design for MongoDB, or are looking for a more complete or agile process than what you are following currently? In this talk we will guide you through the phases of a flexible methodology that you can apply to projects ranging from small to large with very demanding requirements.



Speakers
avatar for Daniel Coupal

Daniel Coupal

Curriculum Engineer, MongoDB
Daniel is a Curriculum Engineer on the Education team at MongoDB. His principal duties are to produce content for different MongoDB classes and deliver advanced training to the new employees. His favorite subject is Data Modeling. Before working at MongoDB, Daniel had various roles... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 9:15am
Murray Hill West

8:30am

ENCORE TUTORIAL: Hands-on with Realm Mobile Database
This is a hands-on lab session to show key concepts for building mobile apps with realm: how to set up your app to share data across threads, apps and platforms, building upon reactive principles, leverage live objects and more.



Speakers
avatar for Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

Founder of Realm, MongoDB


Wednesday June 19, 2019 8:30am - 10:15am
Gibson

9:00am

LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE: Vision Board Workshop
Note: This workshop will be capped at 20 participants. 

Setting goals and visualization are part of a powerful process to manifest your personal and professional goals.

In this hands-on, interactive workshop, you will identify areas to prioritize, dispel limiting beliefs, set SMART goals, secure an accountability partner, and learn ways to motivate yourself during tough times.

You'll leave with a completed vision board and an amplified professional development toolkit.

Workshop Details:
We'll start off with a meditation to focus us, followed by time to reflect, set thoughtful intentions, craft SMART goals, and learn from your peers.


This is an interactive workshop, and we will bring worksheets to complete during the workshop that ensures you center your focus, which results in a personal, valuable experience. There will also be music and time to work on your vision board (board materials, glue, and magazines will be provided, but you can also bring your own).

Worksheets will include prompts that ask you to:                  
  • Identify areas of your life to prioritize
  • Reflect on the past year
  • Think of what you want to bring into your live, and what to leave behind
  • Identify potential challenges you will face moving forward and strategies to overcome them
  • Write a supportive message to yourself
  • And more!                



Speakers
avatar for Danielle James

Danielle James

Marketing Manager, MongoDB
Danielle James is the Marketing Manager at MongoDB. She launched and manages the company's diversity initiatives, including the MongoDB Diversity and Innovator Scholarships, Mentoship Series, the POC Network at MongoDB, and more. She received the 2017 Diversity in Tech Award for... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:00am - 11:25am
Clinton

9:30am

ENCORE: Go on a Data Safari with MongoDB Charts! [MongoDB]
These days, everyone is expected to be a data analyst. But with so much data available, how can you make sense of it and be sure you're making the best decisions? One great approach is to use data visualizations. In this session, Tom Hollander, Product Manager for MongoDB Charts, will take a complex dataset and show how the breadth of capabilities in MongoDB Charts can help you turn bits and bytes into insights.


Speakers
avatar for Tom Hollander

Tom Hollander

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
I'm the product manager responsible for MongoDB Charts.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:30am - 10:15am
Madison

9:30am

9:30am

9:30am

ENCORE: REST-less Mobile Apps: Why Offline-first and Sync Matters for Your App and Business [Realm/MongoDB]
Learn how Seamless Sync helps businesses empower their workforce with mobile apps that work seamlessly anywhere. Get to know what offline-first apps are, use-cases that drive this need, why sync matters and why “REST is not best” for client/server communication.



Speakers
avatar for Robert Oberhofer

Robert Oberhofer

Head of Product Solutions, MongoDB
avatar for Ian Ward

Ian Ward

MongoDB


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:30am - 10:15am
Murray Hill East

9:30am

ENCORE: Tips and Tricks++ for Querying and Indexing MongoDB [MongoDB]
Query performance can either be a constant headache or the unsung hero of an application. MongoDB provides extremely powerful querying capabilities when used properly. As a senior member of the support team I will share more common mistakes observed and some tips and tricks to avoiding them.

Speakers
avatar for Christopher Harris

Christopher Harris

Senior Technical Services Engineer, MongoDB
Chris joined MongoDB at the beginning of 2016 and has enjoyed helping customer succeed ever since. He particularly enjoys learning about and assisting with any question related to queries and indexing. In his free time Chris enjoys crashing his drone, learning random new skills... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 9:30am - 10:15am
Murray Hill West

10:00am

Build an Application with MongoDB - Java** [University Pod]
MongoDB University offers a variety of different courses to help you create and design applications on top of MongoDB. One such course is M220J - MongoDB for Java Developers, where we teach you how to use the MongoDB language driver to build a web application backend. In this session we will skip the lectures and go straight to building the application. Our staff will be onsite to help you go through all the labs and assignments so that you can take home a fully-fledged web application on top of MongoDB, built by you. This is a practical session that requires you to bring your laptop and coding skills. You will take home a good understanding of the official Java driver, how to use MongoDB to support a web application, and best practices for developing applications on MongoDB Atlas. **Please bring your laptop

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Building better apps for Android with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
In this session, you will learn how you can use the Realm Database to build faster, more responsive apps that not only synchronize seamlessly between devices, but work offline too. All in less than 10 lines of code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Charts for Beginners [Charts & Compass Pod]
Discover how you can go from zero to awesome in seconds by creating some basic but powerful visualizations of MongoDB data.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Jumping Rope 101 [Maker's Pod B]
Jump rope is a dynamic workout that you can easily learn, provided you’re willing to be patient. A lot of us in Tech are primarily sedentary for most of the day - Jump Rope is a fun, easy-to-learn exercise that you can do literally anywhere that will help you increase your heart rate, lower your blood pressure and increase your cardiovascular strength. Swing by to learn the ropes… literally.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Luminere: Making fundraising easy [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Luminere is a person to person fundraising platform.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Microservices with MongoDB Stitch [Stitch Pod]
As the microservices architectural pattern continues to grow in popularity, this session will demonstrate how quickly and easily a developer can expose data in MongoDB Atlas via REST APIs. Attendees will be guided step-by-step on how to access and modify their data in a matter of minutes using a simple webhook.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Open source command-line power tools for MongoDB developers [Community Builder's Pod]
Learn how to install and use some essential timesaving command-line shortcuts for developers including installing multiple versions of MongoDB for testing, generating realistic sample data, and wrangling JSON.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Schema Design Patterns [Schema Design Pod]
Schema design patterns are important, and we'll discuss why. Doing things the "MongoDB way" provides incredible development speed and efficient queries. We'll spend time introducing the most popular schema design patterns so you can decide which ones you'd like to hear more about.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Take a Tour of MongoDB Atlas [Atlas Pod]
Build your first free tier Atlas cluster on the cloud provider of your choice. Learn how to scale up and down, enable automated backups, and deliver cross region high availability.”

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Video Production in the Cloud [Maker's Pod A]
Cloud computing has revolutionized every aspect of our daily life, including how we work and play. As consumers of video content, there has been a foundational shift in how shows, movies, and web content are produced and consumed. This presentation will take you through how cloud computing is breaking apart the traditional studio model of production and is ushering in a new age of creative content produced in the cloud, by people like you and I

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:20am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Iot and MongoDB [Hardware Builder's Pod]
IoT is a booming industry. In this session let’s take light sensor data and use a Raspberry Pi to send it to MongoDB Atlas. We’ll then use MongoDB Charts to visualize the results.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:40am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:00am

Builder's Fest: Mini-workshops, coding challenges, and competitions
Day 3 at MongoDB World is Builder's Fest, a full day of hands-on build sessions, coding challenges, and maker workshops
  • Join a MongoDB developer workshop to level up your MongoDB skills and build something.
  • Come test your skills across competitions such as code golf and capture the flag.
  • Learn something new at one of our maker workshops.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:00am - 3:00pm
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Build Your First Stitch App on Atlas [Atlas Pod]
“Accelerate development with your first stitch application. Learn how to effortlessly connect to Atlas, insert and retrieve data with nothing more than a text editor and a web browser.”

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Building mobile apps with Realm for React Native [Realm Mobile Pod]
One code base, one database, multiple platforms, multiple devices. Learn how to make this possible using Realm for React Native. Learn how to use Realm’s live objects to write better code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Compass for Developers [Charts & Compass Pod]
See how Compass simplifies a MongoDB developer’s workflow from prototyping to debugging to optimizing queries to building aggregations to using them in your code.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Jumping Rope 101 [Maker's Pod B]
Jump rope is a dynamic workout that you can easily learn, provided you’re willing to be patient. A lot of us in Tech are primarily sedentary for most of the day - Jump Rope is a fun, easy-to-learn exercise that you can do literally anywhere that will help you increase your heart rate, lower your blood pressure and increase your cardiovascular strength. Swing by to learn the ropes… literally.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Open source command-line power tools for MongoDB DBAs [Community Builder's Pod]
Learn how to install and use some command-line tools for DBAs including creating local test deployments, proof of concept load testing, and extracting insights from MongoDB log files.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Spatial Computing and Computer Vision with MongoDB Atlas and LifeScope.io [Startup Accelerator Pod]
The next generation of apps will utilize a digital 4D world made from a fusion of connected cameras and sensors. Mongo Atlas is uniquely up to the task of storing, analyzing and sharing petabytes of XR data for AR and VR apps. Come see how LifeScope.io uses MongoDB Atlas to power a personal database for containing every person, place, physical thing, digital content, or event in your life. Explore a digital memory visible through Augmented Reality. See how we enable everyday people to understand their quantized selves through machine learning.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Take a Tour of Stitch Features with Max’s Marvelous Movie App [Stitch Pod]
Are you still trying to understand what is Stitch exactly and what are the possibilities? In this live demonstration, you will learn about Twilio integration, REST APIs, Triggers, Functions, Values & Secrets, Website Hosting and the Stitch Javascript SDK all used in the same Stitch application.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Tree and Graph [Schema Design Pod]
When data is of a hierarchical structure and is frequently queried, the tree and graph pattern is the design pattern to implement.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Web Security Basics for Developers [Maker's Pod A]
Good security practices aren't always fun or sexy. In this talk we'll cover a couple of the more boring common mistakes and best practices that can be directly applied code to make your web applications and users more secure.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 10:50am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

[NEW] MongoDB Enterprise Encryption - How to Do It Right [Community Pod]
Whether you are deploying MongoDB for the first time or are a seasoned veteran who needs to level-up their security game, this session is for you.  The session will walk you through deploying encryption and key management in MongoDB Enterprise and provide actionable knowledge for when you return back to the office.

Speakers
PT

Patrick Townsend

Founder & CEO, Townsend Security


Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 11:00am
Partner Pavilion

10:30am

Chalk Talk: "Automation: Atlas API"
Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 11:15am
Gramercy East

10:30am

10:30am

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 10:30am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Build an Application with MongoDB - Javascript** [Universtiy Pod]
MongoDB University offers a variety of different courses to help you create and design applications on top of MongoDB. One such course is M220JS - MongoDB for Javascript Developers, where we teach you how to use the MongoDB language driver to build a web application backend. In this session we will skip the lectures and go straight to the application build. Our staff will be onsite to help you go through all the labs and assignments so that you can take home a fully-fledged web application on top of MongoDB, built by you. This is a practical session that requires you to bring your laptop and coding skills. You will take home a good understanding of the official Javascript driver, how to use MongoDB to support a web application, and best practices for developing applications on MongoDB Atlas. **Please bring your laptop

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Accelerating Agility; Transparency Made Easy with Hakkiri [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Whatever your team’s state of Agile proficiency you want better performance feedback and clearer transparency without having to spend a lot of time to get it. Ideally, it should flow from teams’ activities so they can stay focused on delivering product while having great situational awareness to adapt as needed. Come learn how Hakkiri is using MongoDB Atlas to make performance and progress reporting easy for teams and loved by stakeholders. We’ll show you how painless it can be to define and actively manage a deliverable, explain why our startup choose MongoDB, and share some tips on Time Series.

Speakers
avatar for James Smith

James Smith

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →
avatar for Robert Orefice

Robert Orefice

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Advanced Charting [Charts & Compass Pod]
Go beyond the basics and learn how you can build more powerful charts using aggregations and array reductions and embed them into your own websites.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Computed and Approximation [Schema Design Pod]
High read and repeated data access should use the computed pattern. The approximation pattern is similar and can complement when expensive calculations are frequently done and when the precision of those calculations is not the highest priority.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Controlling Access to Data using Rules with MongoDB Stitch [Stitch Pod]
Have you ever supported an application with ever-changing data access rules? In this session, users will be guided through hands-on exercises on how trivial data access can be with MongoDB Stitch.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Extend Your App with Atlas Triggers and Functions [Atlas Pod]
Enable your application to automatically tracks changes to data and keep version information. Write code to capture and store data changes in real time and take action on those changes.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Hands-on with an open source, Serverless Data Warehouse for MongoDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In less than 20 years, a data warehouse has gone from a project that required a substantial investment of time, money and resources to a project that is manageable by most organizations. In this interactive session, you’ll learn when to use a data warehouse and will get to “play” with a live data warehouse. Please bring your laptop and your preferred tool for interacting with an API --- be it your favourite programming language, a BI tool such as PowerBI or even a tool like Postman or curl.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Clancy

Mark Clancy

CEO, igeno
Mark Clancy is CEO of igeno, a boutique consulting and software development firm specializing in MongoDB. Mark has over 25 years experience in database technologies, software development and analytics. Over the past few years, he has focused his efforts exclusively on MongoDB.Mark... Read More →
avatar for Stuart Shiell

Stuart Shiell

Data Scientist, igeno
Understanding the world around me through data, is my passion. I have spent more than 20 years analyzing human behavior and business outcomes across retail, restaurants, and tourism. I have a broad range of projects underway. At the moment, I am actively teaching, implementing Power... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

How to Launch Big UI Changes without Causing User Riots [Maker's Pod A]
Launching new features and interface redesigns is critical for the growth of your application. But the truth is, users don't always react nicely to change. They may even feel betrayed by the updates you've rolled out. In this talk, we'll discuss specific strategies you can use to have users warmly welcome your next big redesign or feature changes.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Mobile .NET and Desktop .NET, all with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
Build effortlessly interactive experiences for multiple screens and form-factors. See how Realm’s reactive objects and queries can bring your app to life on many platforms using .NET observability and data binding.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Prop Building - Ghostbusters, Raspberry Pi, & Arduino [Maker's Pod B]
Take a trip through movie prop building where we will cover everything from reverse engineering, programming the Rasberry Pi and Arduino micro controllers, circuit design, and of course attention to on-screen detail by building replicas from the movie "Ghostbusters"

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:20am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Iot and MongoDB [Hardware Builder's Pod]
IoT is a booming industry. In this session let’s take light sensor data and use a Raspberry Pi to send it to MongoDB Atlas. We’ll then use MongoDB Charts to visualize the results.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:40am
Partner Pavilion

11:00am

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:00am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Attribute [Schema Design Pod]
Indexing many fields is problematic. The attribute pattern helps by intelligently merging fields with similar and shared characteristics. This pattern helps with queries and sorting with fewer indexes.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Building better apps for Android with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
One code base, one database, multiple platforms, multiple devices. Learn how to make this possible using Realm for React Native. Learn how to use Realm’s live objects to write better code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Compass for Developers [Charts & Compass Pod]
See how Compass simplifies a MongoDB developer’s workflow from prototyping to debugging to optimizing queries to building aggregations to using them in your code.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Do You Have Something to Say? Using Stitch for Real-Time Notifications with Twilio and AWS SES [Stitch Pod]
Do you need to deliver the right information to your app’s users at the right time through the right medium? In this session, we will use Triggers and Stitch Functions to create and deliver real-time notifications and custom alerts.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Extend Your App with Stitch QueryAnywhere and Atlas Charts [Atlas Pod]
Enter data in Atlas through a REST based API and produce stunning charts and reports by creating and embedding Atlas Charts in your application.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Hands-on with an open source, Serverless Data Warehouse for MongoDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In less than 20 years, a data warehouse has gone from a project that required a substantial investment of time, money and resources to a project that is manageable by most organizations. In this interactive session, you’ll learn when to use a data warehouse and will get to “play” with a live data warehouse. Please bring your laptop and your preferred tool for interacting with an API --- be it your favourite programming language, a BI tool such as PowerBI or even a tool like Postman or curl.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Clancy

Mark Clancy

CEO, igeno
Mark Clancy is CEO of igeno, a boutique consulting and software development firm specializing in MongoDB. Mark has over 25 years experience in database technologies, software development and analytics. Over the past few years, he has focused his efforts exclusively on MongoDB.Mark... Read More →
avatar for Stuart Shiell

Stuart Shiell

Data Scientist, igeno
Understanding the world around me through data, is my passion. I have spent more than 20 years analyzing human behavior and business outcomes across retail, restaurants, and tourism. I have a broad range of projects underway. At the moment, I am actively teaching, implementing Power... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Present to anyone, anytime, anywhere: Efficient content management and scalability using GridFS [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Whenever a small startup team is trying to launch and scale a SaaS business, application performance is a crucial ingredient to success. Come learn how Swipesho saved valuable time using MongoDB Atlas to deploy our product, make content easier to manage and improve our ability to scale. Participate in an interactive demonstration of our cloud-based presentation application while we explain why our startup choose MongoDB Atlas.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

The World of Augmented Reality Games Before Pokemon Go [Maker's Pod A]
Augmented Reality gaming predates Pokemon Go by quite a bit. Let’s take a walk through history and look at how people have amused themselves by looking at the world a little differently.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

“Breaker's Pod" (Lock Picking) [Maker's Pod B]
Locks are one of the oldest access control mechanisms on the planet. Learn how the most common types of locks work and try your hand at lock picking.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 11:50am
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Lunch
Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Lunch
Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Partner Pavilion

11:30am

Women & Trans Coders Lounge Lunch
Wednesday June 19, 2019 11:30am - 12:30pm
Clinton

12:00pm

Buckets [Schema Design Pod]
Managing streaming data, paging, time-series, real-time analytics, or Internet of Things (IoT) can result in large data with complicated queries. The bucket pattern helps minimize storage and ease query efficiency.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Build a Global Cluster [Atlas Pod]
The world is a big place with lots of users and regulatory compliance concerns. If you are worried about scaling up or down, in or out to provide all your users an equally fantastic experience - efficiently and securely - we'll show you how it's done on MongoDB Atlas.

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Build an Application with MongoDB - Python** [University Pod]
MongoDB University offers a variety of different courses to help you create and design applications on top of MongoDB. One such course is M220P - MongoDB for Python Developers, where we teach you how to use the MongoDB language driver to build a web application backend. In this session we will skip the lectures and go straight to the application build. Our staff will be onsite to help you go through all the labs and assignments so that you can take home a fully-fledged web application on top of MongoDB, built by you. This is a practical session that requires you to bring your laptop and coding skills. You will take home a good understanding of the official Python driver, how to use MongoDB to support a web application, and best practices for developing applications on MongoDB Atlas. **Please bring your laptop

Speakers
avatar for Yulia Genkina

Yulia Genkina

Curriculum Software Engineer, MongoDB
Yulia is a Curriculum Engineer at MongoDB. Prior to MongoDB Yulia worked at Stuyvesant High School where she taught Computer Science to hundreds of unsuspecting students. Aside from teaching and programming she enjoys singing and playing music, volunteering for the circus, hiking... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Building mobile apps with Realm for React Native [Realm Mobile Pod]
One code base, one database, multiple platforms, multiple devices. Learn how to make this possible using Realm for React Native. Learn how to use Realm’s live objects to write better code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Buying Milk with Bitcoin: Getting Real about the Future of Cryptocurrency [Maker's Pod A]
Did you know Bitcoin has risen again by 169% since its colossal crash in 2018? Let’s deconstruct the seemingly bizarre rise, fall and repeated rise in value of cryptocurrency and understand the technological innovation that Bitcoin introduced to the masses. Connecting the dots between Bitcoin's influence on global capital markets and the government’s role in enabling digital payments leads us to ponder. Will there ever be a day where you pay at Walmart with Bitcoin?


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Geospatial Charts [Charts & Compass Pod]
MongoDB Charts now has maps! See how easy it is to take your geospatial data and visualize it in powerful new ways.

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Meister

Guillaume Meister

Principal Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Nerds also eventually become bald, but they are still nerds ! I was born in IT, bought my first computer at 11, developped software, wrote books, trained people, built databases, network, websites on every new topic that popped in this crazy IT world.What's great with MongoDB : a... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Prop Building - Ghostbusters, Raspberry Pi, & Arduino [Maker's Pod B]
Take a trip through movie prop building where we will cover everything from reverse engineering, programming the Rasberry Pi and Arduino micro controllers, circuit design, and of course attention to on-screen detail by building replicas from the movie "Ghostbusters"

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Ready, Git Set, Go! [Community Builder's Pod]
Git is the mostly widely used modern version control system. Learn the basics of checking out projects, comparing differences between versions, and committing changes.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Spatial Computing and Computer Vision with MongoDB Atlas and LifeScope.io [Startup Accelerator Pod]
The next generation of apps will utilize a digital 4D world made from a fusion of connected cameras and sensors. Mongo Atlas is uniquely up to the task of storing, analyzing and sharing petabytes of XR data for AR and VR apps. Come see how LifeScope.io uses MongoDB Atlas to power a personal database for containing every person, place, physical thing, digital content, or event in your life. Explore a digital memory visible through Augmented Reality. See how we enable everyday people to understand their quantized selves through machine learning.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Stitch Rube Goldberg Challenge Winner [Stitch Pod]
In this session, we will show you the winning entry for the MongoDB Stitch Rube Goldberg Machine Challenge. Our champion demonstrated mad MongoDB skills and awesome API adroitness to weave together a wacky web of triggers, functions and API-enabled services using MongoDB Stitch to perform the simplest of tasks. Prepare to be amazed!

Speakers
avatar for Karen Huaulme

Karen Huaulme

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Karen Huaulmé (pronounced “You-Old-Maid” - but with no d’s) is a Developer Advocate based out of Austin, Texas where she helps unleash developers' creativity and productivity across all aspects of data and technology. Prior to joining the MongoDB team, Karen spent most of her... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Iot and MongoDB [Hardware Builder's Pod]
IoT is a booming industry. In this session let’s take light sensor data and use a Raspberry Pi to send it to MongoDB Atlas. We’ll then use MongoDB Charts to visualize the results.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:40pm
Partner Pavilion

12:00pm

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

"Breakers's Pod" (Lock Picking) [Maker's Pod B]
Locks are one of the oldest access control mechanisms on the planet. Learn how the most common types of locks work and try your hand at lock picking.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Accelerating Agility; Transparency Made Easy with Hakkiri [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Whatever your team’s state of Agile proficiency you want better performance feedback and clearer transparency without having to spend a lot of time to get it. Ideally, it should flow from teams’ activities so they can stay focused on delivering product while having great situational awareness to adapt as needed. Come learn how Hakkiri is using MongoDB Atlas to make performance and progress reporting easy for teams and loved by stakeholders. We’ll show you how painless it can be to define and actively manage a deliverable, explain why our startup choose MongoDB, and share some tips on Time Series.

Speakers
avatar for James Smith

James Smith

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →
avatar for Robert Orefice

Robert Orefice

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Build Web Apps Faster Using Stitch Rules & React [Stitch Pod]
Modern web applications are often built using API-based front-ends such as React, Angular, VueJs. In this session, we will dive into how Stitch can be used to provide APIs for your front-end, removing the need for writing and maintaining boilerplate back-end services, and having to manage and scale back-end servers. All to make developer’s lives easier.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Compass for Developers [Charts & Compass Pod]
See how Compass simplifies a MongoDB developer’s workflow from prototyping to debugging to optimizing queries to building aggregations to using them in your code.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Extended Reference [Schema Design Pod]
The extended reference pattern is most useful when your application is experiencing lots of $lookups to bring together frequently accessed data.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

LDAP Authorization for Your Sanity [Atlas Pod]
User management can be a TON of work. If your company is already using LDAP or Active Directory services, don’t waste time recreating your users! Go through a few quick steps to connect Atlas to your LDAP server and live your best life!

Speakers
avatar for Kip Iwakiri

Kip Iwakiri

MongoDB


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Make Your First Open Source Pull Request [Community Builder's Pod]
Open source contributions are a great way to improve your skills, support your peers, and become part of a vibrant community. A common misconception is that contributions are limited to code, but there are other ways to contribute including documentation and testing. In this session you will find some simple issues in an open source project that need help, check out the project, make the change, and submit a pull request. To save time, please sign up for a GitHub account if you don’t already have one. If you haven’t worked with Git before, the preceding session is highly recommended.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Mobile .NET and Desktop .NET, all with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
Build effortlessly interactive experiences for multiple screens and form-factors. See how Realm’s reactive objects and queries can bring your app to life on many platforms using .NET observability and data binding.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

The Key to Diagnostic Thinking [Maker's Pod A]
Do you think your slides don't help your talks much? Is your Powerpoint-foo weak? Stop feeling bad! Come to this lightening talk and see how much worse it could be if you did all of the things that you should NOT do.

Speakers
avatar for Asya Kamsky

Asya Kamsky

Principal Product Manager, MongoDB
I’m a MongoDB maven


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 12:50pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

12:30pm

Zine Making Workshop
To quote Wikipedia, "a zine is a small circulation self-published work of original or appropriated texts and images, usually reproduced via photocopier". This workshop is, you guessed it, here to help you get started making your own zines. Together we will brainstorm content and give you ideas to help you shape (and maybe even illustrate) your thoughts in a li'l folded booklet. This is meant to inspire you to make zines based on the subject you already have expertise in, whether it's growing philodendrons, lock-free data structures, or leading a remote team. And at the end of the workshop, you will walk away with your zine, photocopied, folded and ready to be handed out to the world.

Speakers
avatar for Irina Shestak

Irina Shestak

MongoDB
Irina is a Berlin-via-London-via-Vancouver engineer writing JavaScript and Rust over at MongoDB. Irina has given talks at conferences around the world about her various adventures in the world of programming, including JSConfAU, NodeFest Tokyo, NordicJS and BrazilJS.Outside of writing... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Clinton

1:00pm

Building better apps for Android with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
In this session, you will learn how you can use the Realm Database to build faster, more responsive apps that not only synchronize seamlessly between devices, but work offline too. All in less than 10 lines of code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Charts for Beginners [Charts & Compass Pod]
Discover how you can go from zero to awesome in seconds by creating some basic but powerful visualizations of MongoDB data.

Speakers
avatar for Tom Hollander

Tom Hollander

Senior Product Manager, MongoDB
I'm the product manager responsible for MongoDB Charts.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

co_await until you see what C++ coroutines can do [Maker's Pod A]
Take a quick dive through the new coroutine support that's promised for C++20. We'll take a look at how C++ handles coroutines, how you can suspend and resume your own async types and what see what kind of code you'll yield when you put them into practice.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Create Highly Interactive Apps Using Stitch Triggers [Stitch Pod]
Respond to database changes & events in real-time using Stitch Rules. Allowing you to create highly interactive applications and easily integrate MongoDB with other systems.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Learn blockchain with MongoDB and ProvenDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In this workshop, we’ll show you how you can use your MongoDB skills to develop blockchain-integrated applications. We’ll be using ProvenDB – which combines MongoDB Atlas and the Bitcoin Blockchain to provide a service with all the ease of use and functionality of MongoDB with the integrity and cryptographic guarantees provided by the blockchain.

Speakers
avatar for Guy Harrison

Guy Harrison

CTO, Southbank Software
Guy Harrison is CTO at Southbank Software, a partner at Toba Capital and a software professional with more than 20 years’ experience in database design, development, administration, and optimisation. He is author of "Next Generation Databases”, “Oracle Performance Survival Guide... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

MongoDB Developer Certification Preparation** [University Pod]
The MongoDB Certified Developer, Associate Level exam is intended for individuals with knowledge of the fundamentals of designing and building applications using MongoDB. We recommend this certification for software engineers who have a solid understanding of MongoDB fundamentals and some professional experience developing applications with MongoDB. In this session, you will explore the exam’s topic areas, and identify specific areas to study. The session reviews sample exam questions in each topic area and teaches you how to interpret the concepts being tested so that you can more easily eliminate incorrect responses. **Please bring your laptop


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Present to anyone, anytime, anywhere: Efficient content management and scalability using GridFS [Startup Accelerator Pod]
The next generation of apps will utilize a digital 4D world made from a fusion of connected cameras and sensors. Mongo Atlas is uniquely up to the task of storing, analyzing and sharing petabytes of XR data for AR and VR apps. Come see how LifeScope.io uses MongoDB Atlas to power a personal database for containing every person, place, physical thing, digital content, or event in your life. Explore a digital memory visible through Augmented Reality. See how we enable everyday people to understand their quantized selves through machine learning.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Prop Building - Ghostbusters, Raspberry Pi, & Arduino [Maker's Pod B]
Take a trip through movie prop building where we will cover everything from reverse engineering, programming the Rasberry Pi and Arduino micro controllers, circuit design, and of course attention to on-screen detail by building replicas from the movie "Ghostbusters"

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Schema Versioning and Polymorphic [Schema Design Pod]
How do you migrate from one schema to another? Need to keep previous and current versions in the same collection? Schema versioning is the answer. Also covering the polymorphic pattern for when a variety of documents have more similarities than differences for single collection storage.

Speakers
avatar for Andre Spiegel

Andre Spiegel

Distinguished Engineer, MongoDB


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Take a Tour of MongoDB Atlas [Atlas Pod]
Build your first free tier Atlas cluster on the cloud provider of your choice. Learn how to scale up and down, enable automated backups, and deliver cross region high availability.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:20pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Iot and MongoDB [Hardware Builder's Pod]
IoT is a booming industry. In this session let’s take light sensor data and use a Raspberry Pi to send it to MongoDB Atlas. We’ll then use MongoDB Charts to visualize the results.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:40pm
Partner Pavilion

1:00pm

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

A Brief History of Database Encryption: Where We've Been and Where We're Going [Maker's Pod A]
A wide gap exists between real-world attack scenarios and the implicit security guarantees of most popular databases, particularly around confidentiality of encrypted information. This pod will review the history and latest practices in database encryption techniques, including data-in-use, searchable encryption and "zero trust" models. No deep math or security expertise required!

Speakers
avatar for Kenn White

Kenn White

Product Security, MongoDB
Kenneth White is a security engineer whose work focuses on networks and global systems. He is co-founder and Director of the Open Crypto Audit Project and led formal security reviews on TrueCrypt and OpenSSL. He currently leads applied encryption engineering in MongoDB's global product... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Accelerating Agility; Transparency Made Easy with Hakkiri [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Whatever your team’s state of Agile proficiency you want better performance feedback and clearer transparency without having to spend a lot of time to get it. Ideally, it should flow from teams’ activities so they can stay focused on delivering product while having great situational awareness to adapt as needed. Come learn how Hakkiri is using MongoDB Atlas to make performance and progress reporting easy for teams and loved by stakeholders. We’ll show you how painless it can be to define and actively manage a deliverable, explain why our startup choose MongoDB, and share some tips on Time Series.

Speakers
avatar for James Smith

James Smith

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →
avatar for Robert Orefice

Robert Orefice

Hakkiri
About Hakkiri:Hakkiri enables software companies to deliver their products with speed and clarity from strategic planning through customer delivery.As senior cross-functional leaders, James and Robert have first-hand experience with many of the pervasive problems in product development... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Build Your First Stitch App on Atlas [Atlas Pod]
Accelerate development with your first stitch application. Learn how to effortlessly connect to Atlas, insert and retrieve data with nothing more than a text editor and a web browser.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Building mobile apps with Realm for React Native [Realm Mobile Pod]
One code base, one database, multiple platforms, multiple devices. Learn how to make this possible using Realm for React Native. Learn how to use Realm’s live objects to write better code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Compass for Developers [Charts & Compass Pod]
See how Compass simplifies a MongoDB developer’s workflow from prototyping to debugging to optimizing queries to building aggregations to using them in your code.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Learn blockchain with MongoDB and ProvenDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In this workshop, we’ll show you how you can use your MongoDB skills to develop blockchain-integrated applications. We’ll be using ProvenDB – which combines MongoDB Atlas and the Bitcoin Blockchain to provide a service with all the ease of use and functionality of MongoDB with the integrity and cryptographic guarantees provided by the blockchain.

Speakers
avatar for Guy Harrison

Guy Harrison

CTO, Southbank Software
Guy Harrison is CTO at Southbank Software, a partner at Toba Capital and a software professional with more than 20 years’ experience in database design, development, administration, and optimisation. He is author of "Next Generation Databases”, “Oracle Performance Survival Guide... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Microservices with MongoDB Stitch [Stitch Pod]
As the microservices architectural pattern continues to grow in popularity, this session will demonstrate how quickly and easily a developer can expose data in MongoDB Atlas via REST APIs. Attendees will be guided step-by-step on how to access and modify their data in a matter of minutes using a simple webhook.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Prop Building - Ghostbusters, Raspberry Pi, & Arduino [Maker's Pod B]
Take a trip through movie prop building where we will cover everything from reverse engineering, programming the Rasberry Pi and Arduino micro controllers, circuit design, and of course attention to on-screen detail by building replicas from the movie "Ghostbusters"

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Secure Coding Tournament [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Improve your secure coding skills in this game session within an all-day tournament! Attend any of these identical sessions starting every half hour to begin an hour-long series of vulnerable code challenges that ask you to identify a problem, locate insecure code, and fix a vulnerability. All challenges are based on the OWASP Top 10, and players can choose to compete in a range of software languages including Java EE, Java Spring, C# MVC, C# WebForms, Ruby on Rails, Python Django, Scala Play & Node.JS. Throughout the tournament, players earn points and watch as they climb to the top of the leaderboard. All code challenges must be completed by 2pm. Prizes will be awarded at 2:30pm. *Participants must bring their own laptop to participate*

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

1:30pm

Subset [Schema Design Pod]
Data used (the working set) often exceeds the capacity of RAM. The subset pattern helps by keeping important information available.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 1:30pm - 1:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Advanced Charting [Charts & Compass Pod]
Go beyond the basics and learn how you can build more powerful charts using aggregations and array reductions and embed them into your own websites.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Data Enrichment with MongoDB Stitch [Stitch Pod]
In this hands-on session, you will learn how to setup a REST API in MongoDB Stitch and enrich your documents with an external API, Stitch Triggers and Functions.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Document versioning [Schema Design Pod]
Document history can be important for recreating point-in-time information. The document versioning pattern helps.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Extend Your App with Atlas Triggers and Functions [Atlas Pod]
Enable your application to automatically tracks changes to data and keep version information. Write code to capture and store data changes in real time and take action on those changes

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Learn blockchain with MongoDB and ProvenDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In this workshop, we’ll show you how you can use your MongoDB skills to develop blockchain-integrated applications. We’ll be using ProvenDB – which combines MongoDB Atlas and the Bitcoin Blockchain to provide a service with all the ease of use and functionality of MongoDB with the integrity and cryptographic guarantees provided by the blockchain.

Speakers
avatar for Guy Harrison

Guy Harrison

CTO, Southbank Software
Guy Harrison is CTO at Southbank Software, a partner at Toba Capital and a software professional with more than 20 years’ experience in database design, development, administration, and optimisation. He is author of "Next Generation Databases”, “Oracle Performance Survival Guide... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Mobile .NET and Desktop .NET, all with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
Build effortlessly interactive experiences for multiple screens and form-factors. See how Realm’s reactive objects and queries can bring your app to life on many platforms using


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

MongoDB DBA Certification Preparation** [Universtiy Pod]
The MongoDB Certified DBA Associate Level Exam is for administrators with knowledge of the concepts and mechanics of MongoDB. We recommend this certification for operations professionals who know the fundamentals and have some professional experience administering MongoDB. In this session, you will explore the exam’s topic areas and identify specific areas to study. The session reviews sample exam questions in each topic area and teaches you how to interpret the concepts being tested so that you can more easily eliminate incorrect responses. **Please bring your laptop


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

2:00pm

Prop Building - Ghostbusters, Raspberry Pi, & Arduino [Maker's Pod B]
Take a trip through movie prop building where we will cover everything from reverse engineering, programming the Rasberry Pi and Arduino micro controllers, circuit design, and of course attention to on-screen detail by building replicas from the movie "Ghostbusters"

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Stitching MongoDB Components: From the Edge/IOT to Machine Learning and AI [Maker's Pod A]
From Connected appliances to Oil rigs in the middle of nowhere, IoT and Edge Computing is gaining tremendous momentum as real-time data is sought for and becoming increasingly valuable for making real-time decisions and future predictions. This presentation will show you the Art of the possible: a Simple, yet powerful use case for building the basic components of an IoT, AI and Machine Learning (ML) cloud applications.

Speakers
avatar for Dawoud Ibrahim

Dawoud Ibrahim

Solutions Architect, Mongodb


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:20pm
Partner Pavilion

2:00pm

Iot and MongoDB [Hardware Builder's Pod]
IoT is a booming industry. In this session let’s take light sensor data and use a Raspberry Pi to send it to MongoDB Atlas. We’ll then use MongoDB Charts to visualize the results.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:00pm - 2:40pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Awards Ceremony [Secure Code Warrior Pod]
Join us as we give prizes to the winners of the Secure Code Warrior Tournament.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Building better apps for Android with Realm [Realm Mobile Pod]
In this session, you will learn how you can use the Realm Database to build faster, more responsive apps that not only synchronize seamlessly between devices, but work offline too. All in less than 10 lines of code.


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Controlling Access to Data using Rules with MongoDB Stitch [Stitch Pod]
Have you ever supported an application with ever-changing data access rules? In this session, users will be guided through hands-on exercises on how trivial data access can be with MongoDB Stitch.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Extend your App with Stitch QueryAnywhere and Atlas Charts [Atlas Pod]
Enter data in Atlas through a REST based API and produce stunning charts and reports by creating and embedding Atlas Charts in your application

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Food Origami [Maker's Pod B]
Were you always told not to play with your food? Come see how to turn fruits and vegetables into decorations.

Speakers
avatar for Ken W. Alger

Ken W. Alger

Developer Advocate, MongoDB
Ken started his career working for the United States Congress where he concentrated on natural resource and immigration issues. His duties in a variety of positions included computer network administration and management in several industries outside of government eventually leading... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Geospatial Charts [Charts & Compass Pod]
MongoDB Charts now has maps! See how easy it is to take your geospatial data and visualize it in powerful new ways.

Speakers
avatar for Guillaume Meister

Guillaume Meister

Principal Solutions Architect, MongoDB
Nerds also eventually become bald, but they are still nerds ! I was born in IT, bought my first computer at 11, developped software, wrote books, trained people, built databases, network, websites on every new topic that popped in this crazy IT world.What's great with MongoDB : a... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Learn blockchain with MongoDB and ProvenDB [Community Builder's Pod]
In this workshop, we’ll show you how you can use your MongoDB skills to develop blockchain-integrated applications. We’ll be using ProvenDB – which combines MongoDB Atlas and the Bitcoin Blockchain to provide a service with all the ease of use and functionality of MongoDB with the integrity and cryptographic guarantees provided by the blockchain.

Speakers
avatar for Guy Harrison

Guy Harrison

CTO, Southbank Software
Guy Harrison is CTO at Southbank Software, a partner at Toba Capital and a software professional with more than 20 years’ experience in database design, development, administration, and optimisation. He is author of "Next Generation Databases”, “Oracle Performance Survival Guide... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Luminere: Making fundraising easy [Startup Accelerator Pod]
Luminere is a person to person fundraising platform.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Machine Learning is the New Black [Maker's Pod A]
Machine Learning has impacted most aspects of our daily lives, and it continues to make its way into new industries and seep into our way of life at an extraordinary pace. However, it wasn't always like this as early researchers abandoned the idea of ML for many years causing an "AI winter". This talk will present the brief history of ML evolution, why there is a huge resurgence in research in this field again, the impacts in our daily life that we don't know about, and how to build models for our personal uses.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Open Session [Birds of a Feather Pod]
Sign up to lead a session at the Birds of a Feather Pod at MongoDB World! More info on sign ups will be available soon.

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion

2:30pm

Outlier [Schema Design Pod]
Do you find that there are a few queries or documents that don’t fit into the rest of your typical data patterns? Don't let exceptions drive your application development or time to market. The outlier pattern is a wonderful solution that keeps development timelines on track.

Speakers

Wednesday June 19, 2019 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Partner Pavilion