Blog articles tagged 'mongodb'

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on 6/3/2014 8:58 PM
I've been involved with World Singles for about five years now, about three and a half years as a full-time engineer. The project was a green field rewrite of a dating system the company had evolved over about a decade that, back in 2009, was running on C[...]
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on 5/12/2013 7:16 PM
Other than noting back in January that all three(!) of my talk proposals were accepted, I haven't blogged about them since, so the only information about them is on the cf.Objective() web site. The session overviews give a fair sense of what you should ge[...]
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on 3/14/2013 4:45 PM
CongoMongo (on Github) has just received a small update today, adding a few more advanced features: read preference supported (per-connection, per-collection, per-fetch) - Niclas Meier add-index! supports :background true/false - dwwoelfel namespaced key[...]
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on 1/1/2013 11:09 AM
Welcome to 2013 and at World Singles we are expanding our development team! We're looking for three self-motivated engineers in three very different roles, working remotely from their home office. We want an experienced designer / front end developer who[...]
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on 7/9/2012 4:42 AM
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on 4/9/2012 2:24 PM
World Singles is looking for a smart, motivated developer to join our small, fully distributed team of engineers, working on our multi-lingual, multi-tenant Internet dating platform. We're after someone with strong data management skills who can help us m[...]
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on 6/10/2011 5:33 PM
CongoMongo is a Clojure wrapper around the MongoDB Java driver. It makes it pretty easy to interact with MongoDB: (use 'somnium.congomongo) ;; connect to "example" database via mongo1:27017 or ;; mongo2:25017 seed hosts (I have a replica set running) (de[...]
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on 5/24/2011 8:59 PM
I spent today at the MongoDB conference in San Francisco. World Singles is evaluating a number of noSQL data stores for some upcoming enhancements to our platform so we've already been playing around with Cassandra and Neo4J. The MongoSF 2011 conference w[...]
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