Welcome to MongoDB $weeklyUpdate, a weekly digest of MongoDB tutorials, articles, and community spotlights!
: This will be the last $weekylUpdate for 2020! We’ll back after Adrienne stuffs her face with hot chocolate and cookies. Have a wonderful holiday season everyone and see you in 2021!
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ICYMI on the DevHub
Want to find the latest MongoDB tutorials and articles created for developers, by developers? Look no further than our DevHub!
Client-Side Field Level Encryption (CSFLE) in MongoDB with Golang
Nic Raboy releases a heavily anticipated tutorial on how to implement Client-Side Field Level Encryption in MongoDB with Golang! Check it out!
The Six Principles for Building Robust Yet Flexible Shared Data Applications
Paul Done, Lead Solution Architect, shares a set of techniques he’s identified to effectively deliver resilient yet evolvable data-driven applications
A Free REST API for Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 dataset
Need a vetted API for COVID-19 data? Maxime Beugnet has your back! Check out how to integrate this free, Johns Hopkins University-sourced REST API Max has put together! Then, check out how to work with this data in MongoDB Atlas!
Getting Started with MongoDB and Java - CRUD Operations Tutorial
In this Java Quickstart, Maxime Beugnet shows you how to perform the basic CRUD operations in Java with MongoDB!
Start Implementing Google Auth With MongoDB Realm in Your Android App
Henna Singh shows you how to implement Google Auth with MongoDB Realm. Check out her tutorial!
Last Week on Twitch
We stream tech tutorials, live coding, and talk to members of our community every Friday. Sometimes, we even stream twice a week! Be sure to follow us on Twitch to be notified of every stream!
Developer to Developer Advocate with Lauren Schaefer
Lauren Schaefer joins Nic Raboy and Mike Lynn to share her journey from Developer to Developer Advocate! Catch the replay here.
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GameDev with MongoDB and Unity
While you wait for Season 2, catch up on past streams:
Last Word on the MongoDB Podcast
Episode 32: Hosts Nic Raboy & Mike Lynn chat with Patrick Huck, High Energy Physicist turned Computer Systems Engineer and Developer. In this episode, they delve into the Lawrence Berkeley Labs Materials Project, an initiative that provides open web-based access to computed information on known and predicted materials. Super interesting episode to check out!
Every week, we pick interesting articles, questions, and more from all over the internet! Be sure to use the #MongoDB hashtag when posting on dev.to or leave a comment on my weekly Tweets. You might be featured in an upcoming edition!
Unable to make a Private EndPoint Connection to an M0 Cluster
Quick fixes are always the best! Check this one out to see if it helps you!
Pull only one item in an array of instance in MongoDB?
Check out this common question (and the answer to it)!
MongoDB DevRel around the Interwebz
Watch our team do their thang at various conferences, meetups, and podcasts around the world (virtually, for now). Also, find external articles and guest posts from our DevRel team here!
Dec 15: DroidCon APAC
Join Alexander Stigsen, Realm Founder at DroidCon APAC where he’ll present his talk “A Tale of Two Threading Models”. Alexander will discuss the origins of immutable objects and transactional objects and show how Realm’s new Kotlin Native SDK with Multiplatform support walks a fine line between the two.
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