As promised earlier, We have now officially launched Python and MongoDB training
classes. The first batch of classes will be offered between August 7-10, 2012,
with early bird registration closing on July 31. We’d love to have you attend
one or more classes, so read on for more info!
The first two days of training (August 7-8) will be a
developer training class, focused on bringing you from little or no MongoDB
background to a proficient PyMongo developer. This is the class I’d recommend
you take if you’re completely new to MongoDB.
The third day (August 9th) consists of a case study in using
MongoDB for content management systems, from schema and index design to
common operations to scalability and sharding. Students in this class should
already have a basic knowledge and proficiency with MongoDB.
The final day (August 10th) consists of a case study in using
MongoDB for operational intelligence, giving you lots of information on
using MongoDB for various types of analytics. Of all the talks I’ve given on
MongoDB, the most popular by far was the one on “real time analytics,” so I
anticipate this class might sell out quickly.
Each class is limited to 12 participants in order to make sure I can spend a good
bit of time addressing the exact training needs of the attendees. The early bird
price (again, ending July 31st) for the 2-day training is $800, with each of the
one-day classes only $400 each. I’d love to see you there, so please sign up
Oh, and one more thing: You’ll notice that the venue is still “Atlanta Metro
Area, TBD”. I currently have a facility we can use in Roswell, Georgia, just
north of Atlanta, but if it turns out we have a lot of out-of-town attendees,
we’ll end up moving the class to a location that’s closer to the downtown area.