#34 — September 27, 2018

Read on the Web

MongoDB Weekly

Querying, Analyzing, and Presenting Time-Series Data with MongoDB — The latest in an ongoing series of posts about doing time series data analysis with MongoDB gets to what’s involved in actually querying and presenting data.

Robert Walters

The Crimes of Chicago: Working with Data from PowerShell — A .NET-oriented introduction to MongoDB which focuses on a practical example of working with a crime-related dataset and scripting things with PowerShell.

Phil Factor

How to Pause and Resume Atlas Clusters — Did you know you can use Python to script tasks in your MongoDB Atlas cluster?

Joe Drumgoole

Testing and Debugging MongoDB Stitch FunctionsStitch is MongoDB’s serverless platform.

Andrew Morgan

How Blinkist Powers its Berlin Startup on MongoDB Atlas

Jesse Krasnostein

turtleDB: A JavaScript Framework for Building Offline-First, Collaborative Web Apps — It uses the in-browser IndexedDB database on the client side but can then use MongoDB as a back-end store for bi-directional synchronization and multi-client collaboration.

turtle DB

MongoMock: A Library for Mocking Pymongo Collection Objects for Testing Purposes

Rotem Yaari

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MongoDB.local DC – October 4 (Washington, DC) — Experience a full day of deep-dive technical sessions, one-on-one consulting with MongoDB experts, and learn what’s new in MongoDB 4.0.

Why the Data Layer Matters for Microservices – October 4 (London, UK) — How telecommunications giant Vodafone uncovered the importance of making the right choice in the data layer to support their Microservices strategy

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