CompanyFebruary 13, 2020

FedEx CIO Rob Carter and The Duckbill Group’s Corey Quinn to Deliver Keynotes at Accelerate

Jessica Blake
Jessica Blake
FedEx CIO Rob Carter and The Duckbill Group’s Corey Quinn to Deliver Keynotes at Accelerate

Accelerate 2020, the world’s largest Apache Cassandra NoSQL event, is fast approaching!

Accelerate brings together Cassandra enthusiasts from all walks of life—including admins, developers, architects, and C-suite executives—to share ideas, best practices, and use cases for the powerful open source NoSQL database.

This year, we’re thrilled to expand Accelerate to two events: San Diego (May 11-13) and London (June 2-3).

As we inch closer to the San Diego event, we’re excited to announce that Rob Carter, executive vice president and Chief Information Officer of FedEx, and Corey Quinn, Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group will deliver keynote addresses.

Accelerate San Diego attendees will also hear keynotes from:

The conference will also feature speakers from global leaders such as Adobe, Alibaba, Capital One, Cisco, Confluent, Constant Contact,, Deloitte, Ericsson, FedEx, GE Digital, ING, Intuit, Target, Visa, and more.

During the breakout sessions, you’ll learn how some of today’s leading brands are using Cassandra to build powerful applications and deliver superior experiences.

In addition, the three-day event will also include hands-on workshops, exclusively sponsored by AWS and designed for Cassandra developers, architects, and administrators. Attendees will also have access to a Cassandra contributor’s lounge, sponsor kiosks, DataStax Meet the Experts, and more.

Add it all up, and if you’re interested in NoSQL and Cassandra, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Register today for DataStax Accelerate San Diego and London to take advantage of early bird prices.

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