From our family to yours, we hope you had a happy holiday and New Year!
Whether it was with a swanky party, a White Elephant gift exchange, or a team lunch, we took our time to celebrate the holidays together around the world at MongoDB.
We also got creative when it came to giving back to our communities. Take a look at just some of the ways our teams celebrated the season of giving in our recent blog post below.
We have amazing female leaders who inspire us each and every day at MongoDB. Thank you Mogul for naming us one of the Top 1,000 Companies with the Strongest Female Leaders in 2018!
What on Earth is MongoDB? Only the coolest collection of dreamers and doers who share a relentless passion for creativity. We eagerly and expertly pursue new opportunities and markets through innovation and disruption. We have a wicked pioneering spirit--always ready to forge new paths and take smart risks. And we do it all very, very well.
We achieve this by bringing together a distinctive mix of diverse skills, experiences, and backgrounds. We work as a team--creating an open forum for innovative thought, candid discussion, and mutual respect. But in the end, we always put commitment over consesnus, and value excelence in all its wonderful forms.
We build MongoDB and the drivers, and sell software and services to make the lives of developers easier. We also run MongoDB Univeristy and sponsor the comminity, hosting MongoDB World and MongoDB Days all over the globe. With offices across North America, Europe, and Asia, we are close to where you create.
Personal progress is one of our core beliefs, and we have the data to back that up--10% of the company was promoted last year. Join our team and help us accomplish the amazing, again and again. We are fearless in our innovation. Think what we can do for your career.
If you love to build, innovate, work with an amazing team, and bask in the glory of mind-blowing achievement, you've come to the right place. MongoDB is built for that kind of show-stopping success.
We hire more than superior salespeople; we bring on superior professionals who have an instatiable desire to grow in their careers and achieve remarkable things. Our industry is on the rise. Big time. And we want leaders like you to capture that market share.
The beauty to our brains. Being at the forefront of the MongoDB movement, they are our storytellers creating the opportunity to connect MongoDB with prospects, users, and community members, spreading the word and sharing the wealth.
MongoDB is committed to creating opportunities for women in technology by changing the ratio. Through a number of initiatives and partnerships, we aim to encourage diversity, deliver education, and provide inspiration to women and the transgender community.
We invite underrpresewnted groups in technology to attend our conferences through the Diversity Scholarship for events. In 2015 we launched a new initiative, the female Innovators Awards, which grants complimentary tickets to exceptional female technologists.
Our goal is to provide opportunities for women and trans coders to network and build relationships at our events. The Women and Trans Coders Lounge is a space for female-identifying coders at MongoDB World featuring lightning talks by female MongoDB engineers, round table discussions, networking and social events.
MongoDB supports Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization that educates, inspires, and equips high school girls with skills and resources to pursue opportunities in technical fields. Downloading the community edition of MongoDB offers users with the option for the Company to donate $1 to Girls Who Code on their behalf
Sure we have offices and employees located in three of the world's four hemispheres, but what tech giant doesn't? Is that really a differentiator anymore?
At MongoDB it's all about expansion. Since founded in 2007, we have opened 20 office locations worldwide, and that number will continue to increase for three key reasons:
Our global presence is massive
The MongoDB Community has had at least one registration from every single country in the world.
Our customer base is impressive
With more than one third of the Fortune 100 relying on our software, we have to be everywhere they are.
We're hiring like crazy
Supporting our users and customers takes a lot of manpower, as does tapping into new markets. We need teams in every corner of the earth to help us do our thing, and do it well.
Tuesday, November 15th
This year we're bringing together Europe's top MongoDB users, experts, and success stories in the fantastic surroundings of Old Billingsgate, London.
Why Should You Attend?
Great opportunities to network, share ideas, and have fun
Get performance insights and best practices from MongoDB engineers and experts
Connect with over 1,000 members of the fastests growing database communtity
Learn about new technologies and integrations in the MongoDB ecosystem
Interested? Click here to register
I have been working at MongoDB full-time
Great welcome from the start.
Bootcamp training session in NY.
Fast growing environment.
Long recruitment process (around 5 steps)
Advice to Management
Keep listening and improving processes with employees
I applied online. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at MongoDB (Dublin, Co. Dublin).
This was genuinely the best interview process I've been in. For starters, the initial call with the sales recruiter was great. She was extremely friendly and instantly put me at ease. While the process in general was long, everyone I spoke to was really nice and friendly. At no point did I feel anyone was trying to catch me out or ask purposely difficult questions. The process consisted of 4 calls with different managers and a final onsite presentation and role play. The final round was honestly not too bad provided you have done some prep for it. They also offered a 30min informal prep call with the hiring manager prior to it- which is really helpful. The process is long but I guess they want to make sure you are keen on the company as they invest a lot in you (bootcamp in NY for example). If you are serious about working in mongoDB and prepared to do a bit of research then it should be fine.