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Ep. 98 Getting Started with Deno and MongoDB

This is a podcast episode titled, Ep. 98 Getting Started with Deno and MongoDB. The summary for this episode is: <p class="css-1hzcd52 e1top8006">Deno is a “modern” runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that is built in Rust. This makes it very fast!</p> <p class="css-1hzcd52 e1top8006">If you are familiar with Node.js then you will be right at home with Deno. It is very similar but has some improvements over Node.js. In fact, the creator of Deno, Ryan Dahl, also created Node and Deno is meant to be the successor to Node.js.</p> <div class="css-3j8jyl e95637j0"> <div class="css-1j4jw9p e95637j1">Jesse Hall joins Michael to talk about Deno and MongoDB. Check out the <a href= ""> article</a> Jesse wrote which covers this topic in more detail. </div> <div class="css-1j4jw9p e95637j1">Checkout Jesse's Video on the topic, on <a href="">YouTube</a>.</div> </div>
What is Deno?
00:32 MIN
Why use Deno over standard Node.JS implementation?
01:16 MIN
Differences between Deno and Node.JS
03:27 MIN
Caching and JSON file handling
01:24 MIN
Support for existing packages
01:10 MIN
Community supported modules and the ability to fetch because there are no drivers or packages to load
01:28 MIN
Deno installation and things to know about its future
01:06 MIN

Today's Hosts

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Shane McAllister

|Lead, Developer Advocacy
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Michael Lynn

|Principal Developer Advocate

Today's Guests

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Jesse Hall

|Senior Developer Advocate, MongoDB