September features developer conferences, Chicago Erlang, and even an “unconference.” Take a look at where Basho will be around the U.S. this month.
Strangeloop (September 17-19 in St. Louis, MO): Strangeloop is a great opportunity to learn about emerging languages, concurrent and distributed systems, and new database technologies. Basho is attending, so tweet us @basho if you’re interested in meeting.
Analytics and Big Data Summit (September 18 in San Jose, CA at 3:05 p.m. PT): Produced by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), the Analytics and Big Data Summit brings together IT professionals to discuss how to leverage analytics, and big data applications and systems. Seema Jethani from Basho will be presenting on Optimizing Cloud Storage to Manage Big Data, which will explore different data types and storage solutions. Attendees will gain an understanding of the needs of big data storage and the current cloud storage options available to organizations.
2014 High Performance Computing for Wall Street (September 22 in New York, NY at 2:30 p.m. ET): The 11th annual HPC networking opportunity is focused on high put-through, low latency networks, data centers and lowering the costs of operations. Our director of technical marketing, Tyler Hannan, will be presenting a Code Writing Session – Architecting for Global Scale.
Chicago Erlang (September 22 in Chicago, IL): Chicago Erlang is a one-day event focused on real world applications of Erlang. At 10:40 a.m. CT, Basho’s Reid Draper will present on Building Fault Tolerant Teams at Basho during which he will explain how Basho coordinates the activities of more than 25 Erlang programmers to build Riak. Then, at 3:20 p.m. CT, Steve Vinoski from Basho will discuss Optimizing Native Code for Erlang.
REST Fest 2014 (September 25-27 in Greenville, SC): REST Fest is an “unconference” with the objective of bringing together people interested in REST, hypermedia APIs, web service APIs and related topics to share ideas, trade stories and show examples of current work. Sean Cribbs from Basho will be the opening keynote! His keynote, HTTP: The Good Parts, will explore interesting and powerful ways to enhance interaction and efficiency when developing applications. Sean will leverage his 10 years of experience as a developer to provide insight into HTTP features and how you can tap into them more declaratively.
Surge 2014 (September 24-26 in National Harbor, MD): We will be attending and sponsoring OmniTI’s scalability and performance conference, Surge. We’d love to meet and chat, so tweet us @basho if you’re attending.
Lastly, RICON 2014 is just one month away, October 28-29. Early bird prices are good through September 22. Register here.