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Ken W. Alger

I'm Ken and am a Developer Advocate here at MongoDB based in Oregon, United States. I work on the content team within Developer Advocacy and write blogs, create videos, talk at conferences, among other things to help the amazing community learn about MongoDB.

Articles by Ken W. Alger

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Quick Start: BSON Data Types - Date

Working with dates and times can be a challenge. The Date BSON data type is an unsigned 64-bit integer with a UTC (Universal Time Coordinates) time zone.

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MongoDB & C Sharp: CRUD Operations Tutorial

Learn how to perform CRUD operations using C Sharp for MongoDB databases.

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Quick Start: BSON Data Types - Decimal128

Working with decimal numbers can be a challenge. The Decimal128 BSON data type allows for high precision options when working with numbers.

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MongoDB Atlas Data Lake Setup

Learn how to setup your MongoDB Atlas Data Lake connection to explore data stored in AWS S3 buckets.

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Quick Start: BSON Data Types - ObjectId

MongoDB provides an automatic unique identifier for the _id field in the form of an ObjectId data type.

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Building with Patterns: The Subset Pattern

Over the course of this blog post series, we'll take a look at twelve common Schema Design Patterns that work well in MongoDB.

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Building with Patterns: The Computed Pattern

Over the course of this blog post series, we'll take a look at twelve common Schema Design Patterns that work well in MongoDB.

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Building with Patterns: The Bucket Pattern

Over the course of this blog post series, we'll take a look at twelve common Schema Design Patterns that work well in MongoDB.

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Building with Patterns: The Outlier Pattern

Over the course of this blog post series, we'll take a look at twelve common Schema Design Patterns that work well in MongoDB.

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