#71 — March 5, 2020

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MongoDB Memo

Introducing a Single, Unified MongoDB Account — The age of having to remember different usernames and passwords for different MongoDB accounts is in the past. You can now have a unified MongoDB Account and even the option to log in and sign up with Google.

Marissa Jasso (MongoDB)

MongoDB Joins the GitHub Student Developer Pack — MongoDB has joined forces with the GitHub Education team and their Student Developer Pack. Learn more about how to get involved.

Michael Lynn (MongoDB)

▶  Developing Applications with Golang and MongoDB — A look at how to develop apps with MongoDB and the Go programming language through basic CRUD operations, RESTful APIs, and GraphQL with MongoDB Realm

Nic Raboy

Using AWS Lambda to Create a MongoDB Connection Proxy — While AWS Aurora has the Data API for making queries over HTTP, MongoDB does not, but it’s possible to use AWS Lambda to rig up a similar mechanism with solid results. I suspect this could be replicated for other database systems too.

Adrian Smijulj

Performance Best Practices: Indexing — Best practices for delivering performance at scale with MongoDB, plus the importance of indexing, and tools to help you select the right indexes.

Mat Keep and Henrik Ingo (MongoDB)

mongo-swift-driver: The Official MongoDB Driver for Swift — The first release candidate for the upcoming 1.0.0 release is now available.


goxygen: Generate a Go and MongoDB-Backed React Project in Seconds — An opinionated full stack app generator that builds a skeleton backend that uses Go and MongoDB with React on the front end.

Sasha Shpota

How to Use Change Streams using The MongoDB Java Driver

Maxime Beugnet (MongoDB)

An Introduction to Percona Server for MongoDB 4.2

Onyancha Brian Henry

How to Install MongoDB on CentOS 8


🗓 Events

Atlas on GCP Workshop – Stockholm, Sweden (March 11) — MongoDB and Google Cloud are offering a free half day workshop to get hands-on experience with MongoDB Atlas.

MongoDB.local – Seattle, WA, USA (March 17) — MongoDB Inc's series of local events reaches the Pacific Northwest.

MongoDB World – New York City, USA (May 4-6) — A jam packed 3 days of talks, workshops, panels and exhibitions devoted to every corner of MongoDB.