MongoSV conference Dec 3 2010. My talk, Sharing Life’s Joy using MongoDB: A Shutterfly Case Study will be focused on how we have been using MongoDB here at Shutterfly over the last year. I plan to outline some of the specific cases where MongoDB has been a massive win and some areas to be careful of if you are planning your own MongoDB application. This is a follow on to my previous talk at MongoSF with more technical depth. I will show code examples and various use cases outlining parts of our journey.

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I am speaking at MongoSV 2010

05 November 2010

I am excited to announce I will be speaking at the MongoSV conference Dec 3 2010. My talk, Sharing Life’s Joy using MongoDB: A Shutterfly Case Study will be focused on how we have been using MongoDB here at Shutterfly over the last year. I plan to outline some of the specific cases where MongoDB has been a massive win and some areas to be careful of if you are planning your own MongoDB application. This is a follow on to my previous talk at MongoSF with more technical depth. I will show code examples and various use cases outlining parts of our journey.

I hope to see you all there, it’s shaping up to look like an amazing lineup. I think this conference will be great for anyone new to non-relational data stores as well as people who already are neck deep in a MongoDB implementation. So Sign up NOW!