Ever have a flash of inspiration or an idea that you believed would solve a big problem? Engineers are used to taking risks when it comes to finding innovative & creative solutions but what does that journey look like?
Five of our Engineers will speak about an idea they ran with, or a challenging project they took on that made a real impact. Each of our speakers work on different engineering teams within MongoDB & have a variety of problems they are tackling. They will each speak about what sparked their ideas, what the development phase was like, what their challenges were, & how they reached success. Join us at our upcoming MUG on February 19th to hear their stories & ask them any questions you may have.
Have an idea you want to pitch or share? Participate in our 2-minute pitch session before our speakers take the stage.
Speakers:Harry Wolff, Lead Engineer, Cloud IAM at MongoDBJoshua Matthews, Software Engineer, Atlas at MongoDBAly Cabral, Senior Product Manager at MongoDBJustin Seyster, Senior Engineer, Query at MongoDBNick Makes, Full Stack Engineer, Stitch at MongoDB
Interested in presenting at this MongoDB NYC Meetup? Create an issue on our Github Repo. http://bit.ly/speak-at-mug
Please RSVP with your real first & last name. You must have a government-issued ID to enter the MongoDB offices.
This Meetup follows the MongoDB Code of Conduct: https://www.mongodb.com/community-code-of-conduct