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NoSQL Databases and Managing Big Data

05.08.2012
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I had the unique opportunity to present at the annual technology forum Insight Venture Partners holds for their portfolio companies. Over 100 CTOs gathered in NYC to hear from great presenters from companies like 10gen, Tumblr, Shutterstock and Buddy Media.

I’ve included a slightly longer version of the presentation given which includes a few slides that I cut out for brevity to fit in the allocated time while still allowing time for questions.

Another presentation I gave is similar but takes a broader review on MongoDB, including example schemas, queries and how sharding and replication work with MongoDB.

 

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