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MongoDB $weeklyUpdate #102 (January 27, 2023): AWS Lambda Functions, Go, and a PACKED February Calendar!

It's Friday. You know what that means…

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Featured Post

Streaming Data from MongoDB to BigQuery Using Confluent Connectors

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In this article, Venkatesh Shanbhag and Ozan Güzeldereli explain how to set up the MongoDB cluster, Confluent cluster, and Confluent MongoDB Atlas source connector for reading changes from your MongoDB cluster, BigQuery dataset, and Confluent BigQuery sink connector.

Other Shout-Outs

➡️ UDF Announcement for MongoDB to BigQuery Dataflow Templates by Venkatesh Shanbhag and Dianna Annie Jenosh

🗓️ Mark Your Calendars

Every month, all across the globe, we organize, attend, speak at, and sponsor events, meetups, and shindigs to bring the DevRel community together. Here’s what we’ve got cooking:

Chicago MUG: February 1st 2023, 3:30pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Hyderabad MUG: February 3rd 2023, 10:30pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Lebanon MUG: February 11th 2023, 9:00am – 11:00am, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
PHP UK: February 13th 2023, 3:30pm – February 16th 2023, 3:30pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Dallas MUG: February 15th 2023, 4:00pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Build & Design a Complete Airline Reservation System with MongoDB/Golang: February 18th 2023, 9:00am – 11:30am, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Confoo: February 20th 2023, 3:30pm – February 24th 2023, 3:30pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Munich MUG: February 23rd 2023, 9:30am, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
ng-India (Angular India): February 24th 2023, 6:30pm, (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time

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🎇 Great Things in the Community

We started the new year off strong by running a retrospective with our global MUG organizers, asking them what they liked/lacked/learned from the past year.

MUG organizers

Henna Singh also ran the Dublin MUG and the event was an absolute blast!

Dublin MUG

We always have a great time at in-person events. :-)

That’ll do it for now, folks! Like what you see? Help us spread the love by tweeting this update or sharing it on LinkedIn.

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