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Basho Events in June

June 3, 2013

This summer, Basho will be traveling all over the world to sponsor and speak at various events. Keep an eye on our Events Page to see where we’ll be next. If you’re going to be at any of these events, we’d love to meet with you. Simply contact us and we can schedule a time for you to meet with a Basho team member.

Below are some highlights of where we will be:

Erlang User Conference: This conference brings together companies and developers using Erlang from all over the world. Join us in Stockholm, Sweden from June 10-14 to hear Bryan Fink, Basho’s Principal Software Engineer, speak on Riak Pipe and load distribution.

QCON: Basho will be at QCon in New York, NY from June 12-14, where we will be discussing how to select the right database technology and some existing and emerging data storage challenges. Basho’s Technical Evangelist, Tom Santero, will also be presenting “Riak, Latency, and Distributed Systems” on the first day.

GigaOm Structure SF: Basho is a proud sponsor of GigaOm Structure SF. This event takes place June 19-20 in San Francisco, CA. Basho’s Chief Architect, Andy Gross, will discuss the resurgence in interest in both theoretical and applied distributed systems and provide practical advice for dealing with systems in a newly distributed world.

For a full list of where we will be in June, visit our Events Page.

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Basho's European Conference Schedule

May 22, 2012

A handful of the Basho team are descending on Europe, attending and speaking at various conferences and meetups, and we couldn’t be more excited to meet and mingle with the growing European Riak community.

Here’s the full list of places and events where we’ll be. If you will be at any of these events and want to talk Riak, we want to hear from you! Send us a tweet or email Tom at tsantero@basho.com

GOTO Copenhagen

May 21-23

GOTO Copenhagen began yesterday and runs through May 23. The GOTO conference series are international events put on for, and by, software developers. This year’s theme is “Real Stories from Real People” and attendees can expect to learn about solving real life problems form real life experiences from a number of leading experts and authors.

Put these talks in your calendar:

Basho will also have a booth on the exhibition floor. Be sure to stop by in between talks to chat with Ian or Tom about Riak, distributed systems or your favorite fancy cocktail.

GOTO Amsterdam

May 24-25

GOTO is on a roll this year, with two European conferences scheduled back to back. GOTO Amsterdam is hosted at Beurs van Berlage. For a two day conferences, the list of speakers is quite impressive so kudos to the GOTO Program Advisory Board for putting this one together.

In addition to a booth on the exhibition floor, Andy Gross will deliver the following talk that cannot be missed:

Be sure to corner [Andy](https://twitter.com/#!/argv0) or [Tom](https://twitter.com/#!/tsantero) in between sessions and ask them hard questions about Riak.

### NoSQL Matters

**May 29-30**

Basho’s [Tom Santero](https://twitter.com/#!/tsantero) will be attending [NoSQL Matters](http://www.nosql-matters.org/) set to take place in Cologne, Germany. This is a brand new conference, and we have very high expectations for success considering the caliber of [speakers](http://www.nosql-matters.org/speakers/) on deck.

If you’re in attendance, be sure not to miss these talks from members of the Riak community:

* [Designing for Concurrency with Riak](http://www.nosql-matters.org/agenda/) – Mathias Meyer
* [Theoretical Aspects of Distributed Systems, Playfully Illustrated](http://www.nosql-matters.org/agenda/) – Pavlo Baron

### Erlang User Conference

**May 28 – June 1**

Stockholm plays host to this year’s [Erlang User Conference](http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2012). The events put on by Erlang Solutions are usually exceptional, and Basho will be well represented this year.

The conference itself last for two days, Monday and Tuesday, followed by a day of tutorials on Wednesday and then wrapped up with two days of workshops on Thursday and Friday.

We’ll be delivering the following talks:

* [Sweden's Next Top NoSQL Data Model](http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2012/speakers/IanPlosker) – Ian Plosker
* [Innovation: What Every Developer Absolutely Needs To Know](http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2012/speakers/SteveVinoski) – Steve Vinoski

Basho’s VP of Engineering, [Dizzy Smith](https://twitter.com/#!/dizzyd), will host a [tutorial](http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2012/speakers/DizzySmith) demonstrating [Rebar](https://github.com/basho/rebar), an open-source build-system for Erlang/OTP applications.

[Ian Plosker](https://twitter.com/#!/dstroyallmodels) will be running a two day class on
[Building distributed clusters with Riak](http://www.erlang-factory.com/conference/ErlangUserConference2012/university/RiakTraining). Everyone who attends will walk away with a very clear understanding of just why Riak is the best distributed database you will ever run in production.

### London Riak Meetup

**May 30**

Basho is pleased to announce that Ian Plosker will be hosting the [Inaugural London Riak Meetup](http://www.meetup.com/riak-london/events/62061262/).

This first meetup in London will feature a talk by Basho’s VP of Engineering, [Dizzy Smith](https://twitter.com/#!/dizzyd) and is hosted in Google’s new [co-working space](http://www.campuslondon.com/).

If you’re in or around London on May 30, missing this is not optional.

*Don’t forget to [RSVP](http://www.meetup.com/riak-london/events/62061262/).*

### EuRuKo

**June 1-2**

[EuRuKo](http://www.euruko2012.org/) is an annual Ruby conference hosted in Amsterdam. All attendees can expect a killer [venue](http://www.euruko2012.org/#venue), awesome [lineup of speakers](http://www.euruko2012.org/#speakers) and a fancy Boat Party sponsored by GitHub.

[Sean Cribbs](https://twitter.com/#!/seancribbs) will give a talk titled *A Case of Accidental Concurrency* – if you haven’t been lucky enough to hear Sean speak in person before, than you’re in for a real treat.

### Berlin Buzzwords

**June 4-5**

Last, but certainly not least, we’ll be at [Berlin Buzzwords](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/) for two days of [brilliant technologists](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/speakers), [hackathons](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/wiki/hackathons) and training.
The theme of this conference is “search”, “store” and “scale”, our natural habitat so to speak.

You’ll get to hear form the Basho team:

* [Germany's Next Top Data Model](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/sessions/germanys-next-top-data-model) – Ian Plosker
* [Eventually Consistent Data Structures](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/sessions/eventually-consistent-data-structures) – Sean Cribbs

As well as the Riak community:

* [From Hand to Mouth](http://berlinbuzzwords.de/sessions/hand-mouth) – Pavlo Baron

[Tom](https://twitter.com/#!/tsantero)

If You Happen to Find Yourself in Stockholm…

Then make sure to check out Basho’s very own Rusty Klophaus, who will be opening up the Erlang User Conference, slated to kick-off November 12th.

Rusty will be giving a brief overview of both Nitrogen and Riak, and then plans to describe common patterns and practices of Nitrogen and Riak development against the background of a sample application that allows a presenter to share and control a slideshow over the internet. In short, his presentation is not to be missed. (Official abstract can be found here.)

So, if you find yourself in Sweden this Thursday, make sure to show your face at the Astoria on Nybrogatan in Stockholm, and show your support for Erlang, Riak, Nitrogen and, most-importantly, Rusty.