It has been a little over a week since Cassandra Summit 2014 and we still see the #CassandraSummit momentum going.
Mark Dunphy (@dunphtastic) is a software engineer on the Behance team at Adobe in New York City.
The only bad thing about attending a Cassandra Summit is that you can’t be in more than one place at a time.
Here’s a time-series-esque play-by-play of today’s Cassandra Summit Conference Day. 06:52:27 The energy spikes just after dawn when a wave of earnest, focused types rushes the table seeking the green shirts that would designate them DataStax Engineers.
With more than 1400 engineers, Impetus, a software solutions and services company, has been architecting and implementing big data solutions since 2007.
This was one of my favorite sessions of the week featuring Dave Gardner of Hailo Cab in the UK.
If you haven’t heard lately, the Internet of Things is all the rage these days in the world of technology.
Displaying the right data to the audience has its challenges but when you start dealing with petabytes, the how and where to store the data and retrieve it quickly enough for meaningful display presents a whole new set of challenges.
The Cassandra Summit is in full swing, featuring back-to-back training sessions packed with Apache Cassandra users across all experience levels ready to learn.