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Tuesday, February 18 • 4:40pm - 5:10pm
PANEL: Next Gen Data Dev: NoSQL, NewSQL, Graph Databases, Hadoop, Machine Learning....

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How does a fast-growing tech company take advantage of the new ecosystem of data developer tools? While some developers flock to mobile devices, wearables, games, and awesome front-ends, there's a new ecosystem of data developer tools spanning NoSQL / NewSQL, Hadoop, Graph Databases, and Machine Learning. Which of these new tools should the savvy "full stack developer" be aware of? What types of new problems can be solved using the latest generation of data developer tools?
Speakers

Glenn Block

Product Manager, Splunk
Glenn is a product manager for Splunk's developer experience. In his spare time, he is also the author and a maintainer of scriptcs, an OSS tool for C# scripting. A hardcore coder professionally for almost 20 years, he cares deeply about making developers' lives easier.  Previously, Glenn worked at Microsoft where he kickstarted ASP.NET Web API and spearheaded Microsoft's node.js story on Azure. Glenn is an active contributor to  node.js and .net OSS projects, a supporter of the...
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Emil Eifrem

CEO, Neo4j
Emil is the founder of Neo4j, the most widely deployed graph database on the planet, CEO of its commercial sponsor Neo Technology and a co-author of the O'Reilly book Graph Databases. He plans to save the world with graphs and own Larry's yacht by the end of the decade. He tweets at @emileifrem.

Nikita Shamgunov

Co-Founder & CTO, MemSQL
Nikita Shamgunov co-founded MemSQL and has served as CTO since inception. Prior to co-founding the company, Nikita worked on core infrastructure systems at Facebook. He served as a distinguished senior database engineer at Microsoft SQL Server for more than half a decade. Nikita holds a bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate in computer science, has been awarded several patents and was a world medalist in ACM programming contests.

Tuesday February 18, 2014 4:40pm - 5:10pm
Terra Gallery & Event Venue (511 Harrison St, San Francisco, CA 94105)

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