MongoDB introduction talk at Dr Dobbs Conference Bangalore, Pune in April 2014

Dr Dobbs Conference held its maiden conference in India in Bangalore on 11 and 12 April. Organized by UBM, it saw good presentation on Hadoop, MongoDB, source code analysis etc. Yours truly presented an introduction to document database MongoDB. After giving a brief introduction to different nosql database, I went on to describe various aspects of MongoDB. I took a simple blog application example. I designed an ERD (entity-relationship design) circa RDBMS. I described the schema design in MongoDB’s document data model covering articles, tags, categories, users, comments and web metrics. Then, I illustrated it with Python code (inspired liberally from my awesome MongoDB colleagues). Please find the presentation below.

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About prasoonk

Prasoon Kumar grew up in the Bokaro Steel City of south Bihar, now Jharkhand. He studied Computer Science and Engineering in IIT Kanpur. For job he moved to the land of opportunity United States. He was there in the bay area through the internet revolution of mid to late nineties. He spent time admiring the beautiful coastline of California among other things. He moved east coast to the New York after the turn of the millennium working in a brokerage startup. Afterwards, he is back to India for the past few years. He has been working in the internet startup, enjoying the city life. He has a beautiful wife, a young 5 years old daughter and 11 years old son.

Posted on April 12, 2014, in Document Database, MongoDB, NoSQL, Technology and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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