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MongoDB $weeklyUpdate #79 (July 22, 2022): Kubernetes, MEAN Stack, & Community Events!

πŸ‘‹ Hi everyone!

Welcome to MongoDB $weeklyUpdate!

Here, you'll find the latest developer tutorials, upcoming official MongoDB events, and get a heads up on our latest Twitch streams and podcast, curated by @megangrant333.

Enjoy!

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πŸŽ“ Freshest Tutorials on DevHub

Want to find the latest MongoDB tutorials and articles created for developers, by developers? Look no further than our DevHub!

Push Notifications Using Atlas App Services & iOS Realm SDK

Josman PΓ©rez ExpΓ³stio
Use our Atlas App Services application to create a complete push notification system that fits our business logic.

Integrate MongoDB into Vercel Functions for the Serverless Experience

@nraboy
Learn how to build a Next.js application that leverages Vercel functions and MongoDB Atlas to create a serverless development experience.

Developing a Web Application with Netlify Serverless Functions and MongoDB

@nraboy
In this tutorial, we're going to see how to build and deploy a simple web application using Netlify Functions and MongoDB Atlas.

Serverless MEAN Stack Applications with Cloud Run and MongoDB Atlas

@stanimiravlaeva
Abirami Sukumaran
In this read, we’re going to see how Cloud Run and MongoDB come together to enable a completely serverless MEAN stack application development experience.


πŸ“… Official MongoDB Events & Community Events

Attend an official MongoDB event near you! Chat with MongoDB experts, learn something new, meet other developers, and win some swag!

Jul 21 (6PM PST | Vancouver) - Vancouver MUG: MongoDB User Group Re-Boot Social Gathering!

July 25 (9AM PDT) - Dok Talks - Mastering MongoDB on Kubernetes, the power of operators by our MongoDB Champion Arek Borucki


πŸ“Ί MongoDB on Twitch & YouTube

We stream tech tutorials, live coding, and talk to members of our community via Twitch and YouTube. Sometimes, we even stream twice a week! Be sure to follow us on Twitch and subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified of every stream!

Latest Stream

More Video Goodness

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🌱 Trending Topics in the MongoDB Developer Community

Interested in participating in #100DaysOfCode? Find out what our community members are learning.

The Journey of #100DaysOfCode by Darine Tleiss

Interested in byte-size knowledge about Javascript or UX/UI? Find out daily learnings from Lebanon MUG leader Darine Tleiss.

The Journey of #100DaysOfCode by Elie Hannouch

Check out learnings from Lebanon MUG leader @eliehannouch about Go Lang and Software Development Life Cycles.

The Journey of #100DaysOfCode by Sourabh Bagrecha

Interested in learning React Hooks or all things React? Check out posts from Sourabh Bagrecha.


πŸŽ™ Last Word on the MongoDB Podcast

Latest Episode

Catch up on past episodes:
Ep. 118 - The MongoDB World Series - Nick Gamble From Unqork

Ep. 117 - The MongoDB World Series - Beray Bentesen From Qubitro

Ep. 116 - The MongoDB World Series - Vatsal Singhal from Ultrahuman

(Not listening on Spotify? We got you! We're most likely on your favorite podcast network, including Apple Podcasts, PlayerFM, Podtail, and Listen Notes 😊)


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How to write a kickass README

Arguably the single most important piece of documentation for any open source project is the README. A good README not only informs people what the project does and who it is for but also how they use and contribute to it.

If you write a README without sufficient explanation of what your project does or how people can use it then it pretty much defeats the purpose of being open source as other developers are less likely to engage with or contribute towards it.