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MongoDB in the Cloud with James Kovacs and Rachelle Palmer

Episode #1731 Thursday, March 18, 2021

Where would you like your Mongo? Carl and Richard chat with James Kovacs and Rachelle Palmer about the latest at MongoDB, the open-source document database. While MongoDB's origins are in open web projects, today it is very popular with the enterprise development crowd and so the libraries for Java and C# are excellent. The conversation also turns to MongoDB Atlas, which is the cloud offering that runs on AWS, Azure and GCP - so you can have MongoDB-as-a-Service in the cloud provider of your choice!


James Kovacs

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away James was a frequent guest on .NET Rocks. He spoke at conferences, wrote magazine articles, and had an active Twitter account. Then a career change landed him at MongoDB where he has spent the last 5 years in self-inflicted obscurity. During that time, he has worked on the Technical Support Team assisting customers with the core database product and more recently on the Drivers Team building the language-idiomatic drivers that allow developers to connect to MongoDB. His current focus is implementing new features in the MongoDB .NET/C# driver, which is used by millions of developers worldwide.

Rachelle Palmer

Rachelle Palmer is the Senior Product Manager improving developer experience for users of MongoDB. She has over fifteen years of experience in the software industry. Previously, Rachelle was the Global Director of Cloud Technical Services and built out support teams for multiple products for MongoDB. In her prior life, she was a long time consultant at Deloitte and Accenture responsible for building various web and desktop applications for clients worldwide, including one of the first mobile applications used by the US Forest Service and a supply chain application at Mitsubishi. You can find her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/techbelle


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