MongoDB Paris is coming June 14th – Win Two Free Tickets from us this week!

Jun 5, 2012
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10Gen is bringing its MongoDB conference series to France, and The Rude Baguette’s got two tickets to give away to MongoDB enthusiasts and amateurs. The event will be held in both English AND French, so there’s something for the whole family – and by “the whole family” I mean the developer community. The event is set to take place at Eurosites Republique on June 14th – for more information, you can check out our events calendar.

For those who are not familiar with the language, MongoDB is an open-source NoSQL database language developed by 10Gen, the company putting on the conference. The conference will feature several speakers from 10Gen, representatives from French companies using MongoDB, like Applidium & Illicotravel, as well as representatives from Microsoft and Red Hat.

I often hear developers fighting over which database language is the least annoying; for those still searching for a suitable language for their needs, and for those interested in learning their first database language, this event is definitely a must-attend.

Here’s how to win one of the two tickets!

We love making you jump through hoops to get your ticket, so here are the three steps to becoming eligible to win a ticket:

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  2. Share this contest in one of three ways: A)Tweet this article with the hashtag #SendMeToMongoDBParis B) Share this article via Facebook or C) Leave a comment on the bottom of the article telling us why we should give you a ticket!

The game is on, folks! We’ll be contacting the two winners on Friday, and we’ll announce the winner via twitter and Facebook on Monday!