My presentation at the San Francisco MongoDB User Group at Geekdom.
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player The presentation slides are also available on Github. ObjectRocket Founder, Kenny Gorman, will present a deep dive into the MongoDB profiler. The MongoDB profiler is a powerful tool for analyzing and improving performance on a MongoDB system. He will show everything from the very basics to advanced usage. He will cover how to use the Aggregation Framework in conjunction with the profiler, profiler analytics, query
The folks at 320press released their wp-bootstrap v2.0 theme a while back. WP-bootstrap is based on the bones framework and implements my personal favorite boostrap framework into WordPress. Thats a pretty hefty stack of technologies. That said, it’s impact is substantial. I have been using WordPress for this blog since May of 2006 and finally have a super rich and simplistic theming toolset. Previously each theme had it’s own design
I am very excited to present at the MongoDBAustin conference on February 15th 2013 in Austin TX! I am giving a completely new presentation; “MongoDB Performance; Profiler Deep Dive”. The purpose of this discussion is to give a more complete and thorough explanation of the wonderful MongoDB profiler. In previous presentations I have received wonderful feedback that I have moved pretty quickly through a lot of material. So I decided
Wow, today is awesome. It’s been a bunch of months since myself and the other ObjectRocket Founders started ObjectRocket. We have been tirelessly building something that we are very proud of. Today we officially released it to the world. I have to admit it’s nerve racking, but also very exciting. We felt early on that we could built build a very high quality MongoDB experience, and didn’t see a lot
I am super excited to be presenting MongoDB large-scale data centric architectures at QCon, Friday Nov 9th in the NoSQL Emergence track. My talk will focus on the realities of running the MongoDB database at scale, what challenges it presents, where it works great, and where it doesn’t. This is stuff anyone who wants to run MongoDB at any serious level should plan to attend. Stop by and say hello,