[Noisebridge-discuss] MongoDB Office Hours
tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Tue Jul 21 03:56:37 UTC 2015
Donations would be super rad.
Noisebridge's rent just went up and we're super hard up for cash.
Bryan, I think it'd be really neat if you could come to Noisebridge on a
Tuesday and present this idea in person and get a feel for its support.
On Monday, July 20, 2015 06:03:27 PM Praveen Sinha wrote:
> As MongoDB is a for-profit corporation, I'd personally like to see some way
> for MongoDB to give back to the community. Noisebridge cannot charge for
> space in kind, although donating to noisebridge would be appreciated. Has
> MongoDB thought about anti-gentrifcation efforts or low
> income/minority/community education efforts?
> On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 5:54 PM, Bryan Reinero <breinero at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello All,
> > I am a Software Engineer at MongoDB, a NoSQL database company. MongoDB
> > likes to keep in touch with the engineering community by having drop-in
> > question-and-answer sessions at our office in Palo Alto. There are called
> > Office Hours and are an very informal way for users to come discuss their
> > questions with MongoDB engineers, 1-on1. Palo Alto is a bit of a journey
> > for our SF based users, so I’d like to start doing some at San Francisco
> > and thought Noisebridge could be a great place to do it.
> > We usually announce on Twitter that we’ll be available at the venue and
> > typically expect about 10 to 12 people to drop in on average. Anyone with
> > questions about MongoDB are welcome. I’d like to start the first "office
> > hours” Thursday the 23rd, from 4-6 PM. Do you feel that Noisebridge is
> > an appropriate please to host these small meetups?
> > many thanks,
> > Bryan
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