When I first joined DataStax about 3 years ago, most of the technical crowd I talked to on the customer side were developers and architects who were implementing cutting-edge systems.
Say ‘Hello’ to a good night’s sleep – What you need to know about AWS Reboot with Cassandra’s Multi-data Center Replication
For a lot of engineers and DBAs, the last couple of days (and nights) were a nightmare come true: Amazon Web Services was updating an “urgent patch” to many EC2 hosts, starting September 26 and continuing through September 30.
While the cover story of Time Magazine’s September 22nd edition, entitled “Never Offline”, focused on the announcement of Apple’s watch, it was hard to miss the underlying theme of how far wearables and other Internet-of-things (IOT) applications have taken us where constantly having access to the data that powers our lives is concerned.
Cassandra Summit 2014 ended on September 14th, but it officially started in January 2014 when we signed the contract with the Westin St.
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.
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