Episode 17 | Technology News | Saturday, 22nd January 2022.
Updated: Jan 25, 2022
Get updated about the latest curated news, event, hackathons and latest information happening in the technology world.
Table of content.
1. Hackbright Academy, NEAR MetaBUILD Hackathon.
2. Introduction to MongoDB: Presentation alert.
3. The Linux Foundation, Inclusive Open Source Community Orientation.
Hackbright Academy, NEAR MetaBUILD Hackathon. Total Prize: $1,000,000 in NEAR Near MetaBuild has come up with a hackathon. NEAR is here to help reimagine your world and empower users to have full control and responsibility for their data. You can use the language you know and can build any of the following: - Build DeFi. - Web3 - Gaming - Digital Art/Collectibles - Infrastructure apps, and tools, - Migrate an existing EVM app to NEAR. You can build your application on the following tracks: The Welcome track: For all those who want to integrate blockchain into their existing application, or for those who want to explore blockchain. The Natives track – for the developers who are already familiar with NEAR, Aurora or Octopus blockchain, or build ecosystem and tooling apps. Important Link: (Souce: near.org) Read more: Click to reach
Introduction to MongoDB: Presentation alert. MongoDB is a NoSQL database, which is obviously different from a SQL database, is a good alternative to explore. Using a NoSQL database has a lot of benefits since it is not as structured as SQL and can help you store and retrieve the data quickly. MongoDB as an organisation is organising a presentation for all those who want to understand the MongoDB NoSQL database. Speaker: Mark Smith: Senior Developer Advocate at MongoDB, is a Python, Rust & Go developer with experience in a wide range of different industries. What to expect? - Overview of the way data is stored in MongoDB vs relational databases. - Demo of MongoDB Atlas. - A lot about MongoDB, which will help you explore it better. Important Link: (Souce: www.mongodb.com ) Read more: Click to reach
The Linux Foundation, Inclusive Open Source Community Orientation. The Linux Foundation has come up with a free orientation course that is designed to provide you with essential background knowledge and practical skills that will help you in making an open-source community that will promote an inclusive culture. The course is online and free of cost, so we have the leverage to attend it from anywhere. The total duration of the course is 2 hours, and you will be awarded digital badge post completion of the course. Also, you don't need to be a master to learn it, even a beginner shouldn't hesitate to attend it, since it will be beginner-friendly. Important Link (Source: www.linuxfoundation.org) Read more: Click to reach