Join us the day before the official MongoDB.live 2020 ANZ event for a fun hour of great content, games, and networking with local MongoDB developers and enthusiasts within your community. This is the official Sydney MongoDB User Group kickoff, so we have a lot to celebrate! If you're not in Sydney, don't worry, this event is virtual and open to all neighboring communities.
Are you curious about how to get started as a developer using MongoDB? The MongoDB Developer Engagement team, Stennie Steneker, Wan Bachtiar, and Kevin Adistambha, will be joining and presenting “Kickstart Your MongoDB Developer Journey”. It will include some demos and discussion using Wan's open source "Get Started" project. There will be some tips for developers at all levels (beginners through to intermediate and advanced). Audience participation is encouraged!
Make sure to also bring your drawing skills to the event, because we will be playing (and adding a little friendly competition) with a game called, MongoDB Draws, created by Senior Developer Advocate Nic R, using Phaser and stored/synced on MongoDB.
Come out and celebrate the beginning of the .live event and connect with others in your local community. Each attendee will also be receiving free SWAG, so you won’t want to miss it!
NOTE: EVEN THOUGH THIS EVENT IS BEING HOSTED IN THE SYDNEY COMMUNITY, IT IS OPEN TO EVERYONE
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Stennie is a software generalist who is passionate about open source software, data, problem solving, wordplay, and geek lore.
Learn more about Stennie on the MongoDB Developer Community Forums: G'day, I'm Stennie from MongoDB
Wan is an experienced software developer and designer. He loves databases, distributed computing, and machine-learning. He is focused on helping developers and DBAs succeed in adopting MongoDB.
Learn more about Wan on the MongoDB Developer Community Forums: I'm Wan from MongoDB.
Kevin is part of the MongoDB Developer Relations team based in Sydney, Australia. He joined MongoDB in 2015. Previously, Kevin was an academic for a number of years doing research in the Multimedia space (specifically human motion detection and MPEG-7).
Learn more about Kevin on the MongoDB Developer Community Forums: Hi I'm Kevin from MongoDB
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