MongoDB (its name derived from “humongous”) is an open-source, document-oriented, NoSQL database that provides high performance, high availability, and automatic scaling. It has become the leader in non-relational databases as Fortune 500 companies have been migrating to MongoDB among others.
This presentation will introduce MongoDB, provide a brief overview, how to get started, create and maintain a working database, and, if time allows, a brief introduction to the Spring Data MongoDB project.
5:30 - 6:00 - Food/Network
6:00 - Intro/Sponsor
6:00 - 7:30 – Presentation/Q&A
7:30 - Close
About the Presenter:
Michael Redlich is currently a Senior Research Technician at a petrochemical research organization in Clinton, New Jersey with experience in developing custom scientific laboratory and web applications. He also has experience as a Technical Support Engineer at Ai-Logix, Inc. (now AudioCodes) where he provided technical support and developed telephony applications for customers.
Mike has been a member of the Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey (ACGNJ) since 1996 and currently serves on the Board of Directors as President. He has also been facilitating the ACGNJ Java Users Group since 2001.
Mike's technical expertise includes object-oriented design and analysis, relational database design and development, computer security, C/C++, Java, and other programming/scripting languages. His latest passions include Meteor and MongoDB.
Mike has co-authored nine (9) articles with Barry Burd for Java Boutique (now jGuru) and has presented at venues such as Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE), Trenton Computer Festival (TCF), TCF IT Professional Conference, Capital District Java Developers Network,
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