Thanks to all of you, who were able to join me at the session last evening. Thanks much for the kind remarks some of you left behind on the meetup message board, post the session. Its very rewarding to know that many of you enjoyed the session and found it very useful. I loved the many questions that were brought up and discussed in the room. Please feel free to send more questions by emailing them to me at st (at) treasuryofideas (dot) com. Alternatively, you could tweet them to me at @tshanky.
The presentation from last evening is available online at http://www.slideshare.net/tshanky/geolocation-in-mongodb-16021143.
For all those who are excited about MongoDB and would like to learn more please join me for “MongoDB in an Hour!” on February 1, 2013. The format of that session would be as follows:
- 1 hour free video session, which will be made available online by or before Feb 1, 2013.
- 4 half-hour Google+ Hangout sessions for live Q&A.
- Unlimited number of Q&A opportunities over email (or over a forum if we create one)
- (optional) 1 evaluation exam. Passing the exam would entitle you to a certificate of honor.
This 1 hour session is substantially subsidized and I only ask for $25 as suggested donation to cover some of the costs.
Thanks to 10gen for having me over at the last user group meetup in SF to speak on “Geolocation in MongoDB”. I have been leveraging MonogoDB’s geolocation features as a part of the super awesome, yet to be released app: doaround. I shared some of the essentials of geolocation in MongoDB during this session and plan on covering some more at the Silicon Valley MonogoDB Meetup in Palo Alto this coming January.
Thanks to all who came for my session. Thanks also for all the great questions and the conversation after the session. Here is the presentation from the session:
After Santa Claus has come and gone, NoSQL is coming to town! Come January 2011, I present the core NoSQL ideas, concepts, tools and technologies via a set of 4 day back-to-back sessions at the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Meetup. The schedule is as follows:
Jan 24th (Monday): NoSQL Series – Part 1: Getting friendly with document databases
Jan 25th (Tuesday): NoSQL Series – Part 2: Nothing beats a distributed hash
Jan 26th (Wednesday): NoSQL Series – Part 3: HBase beyond the “Hello World!”
Jan 27th (Thursday): NoSQL Series – Part 4: Eventually it’s consistent
The venue is:
Fenwick & West
801 California St
Mountain View, CA 94041
Each day session starts at 7pm so you don’t have to miss work to join us for these sessions. Actually, wanted to make sure everyone was tired after a long day’s work so there were less questions
Each session is about an hour and a half long with a short break of 5 mins. or so in the middle. There is pizza, veggies and desserts to go along with the talk.
Thanks to Sebastian Stadil for organizing the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Meetup and making these sessions possible. If you are into big data, cloud computing and web scale stuff and are in the bay area then this meetup is surely the one you should join.
All these talks will leverage my efforts towards writing Wiley’s Professional NoSQL (coming end of Q1/Q2 2011).