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Ken W. Alger

I'm Ken and am a Curriculum Engineer here at MongoDB based in Oregon, United States. I currently work on the MongoDB University team.

Articles by Ken W. Alger

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Introduction to the MongoDB Aggregation Framework

Learn about MongoDB's aggregation framework and aggregation operators.

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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 - ObjectId

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

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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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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 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 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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Building with Patterns: The Attribute 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 Polymorphic 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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