Several weeks ago, our solution architect, Jeremy Hanna, blogged about his experience at the Cassandra Summit in London. At the summit this year, we were thrilled to see small startups, large enterprises, banks, gaming companies, music streaming services, utilities, mobile apps, and so forth.
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This year’s recent Cassandra Summit Europe, located in London, represented the great growth taking place in the community. Back in March of 2013, I brought my family over to the UK to help establish a formal business presence and the support team for DataStax in Europe.
Being firmly ensconced in the database world for the majority of my career, with database companies like Informix, TimesTen and Oracle I especially intrigued at how the European Cassandra Summit 2014 would pan out.
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