Getting involved in the MongoDB community is a great way to build relationships with other talented engineers, increase awareness for the interesting work that you are doing, sharpen your skills, or give back. Here are some of the ways that you can contribute to the MongoDB ecosystem.
Discuss, learn about, and get help with MongoDB through community-supported forums. We also offer office hours and paid support options.
MongoDB User Groups (MUGs) are a great way to network, learn from one another about MongoDB best practices, and have fun. There are dozens of MUGs on every continent. If there’s not a MUG in your area, contact us and we’ll help you get one started.
We run the MongoDB docs like an open source project. The docs are posted in a public repo on Github, and you can submit changes by making a pull request. We encourage you to make improvements, write tutorials, or expand sections.
Open source projects benefit from the contributions of the developer community. Take a look at our bug tracker and consider submitting a patch for the core server or one of our drivers. Or build tools that help other developers use MongoDB more effectively, such as object document mappers, admin UIs, integration with other open source technologies, and more.
If you love MongoDB, consider telling others about it.
MongoDB sponsors NoSQL events all around the world. Join other developers and IT professionals at conferences and workshops.
If there's some other way you'd like to contribute, feel free to contact us! Thanks for your interest in MongoDB!