OCTOBER 6TH - 7TH, 2014
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Sessions by speaker
These industry leaders will share how they leveraged NoSQL technology to build innovative solutions.
Samidip Basu (@samidip) is a technologist, Apress/Pluralsight author, speaker, Microsoft MVP, believer in software craftsmanship, gadget-lover and Developer Advocate for Telerik. With a long developer background, he now spends much of his time advocating modern web/mobile/cloud development platforms on Microsoft/Telerik stacks. He passionately helps run The Windows Developer User Group (http://thewindowsdeveloperusergroup.com/), labors in M3 Conf (http://m3conf.com/) organization and can be found with at-least a couple of hobbyist projects at any time. His spare times call for travel and culinary adventures with the wife. Find out more at http://samidipbasu.com.@samidip
Tjeerd Brenninkmeijer is CMO and co-founder of Hippo. He looks after the company’s strategic alliances and has extensive experience as an international speaker. Before Hippo, Tjeerd worked as a consultant for KPMG. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Amsterdam.@tbrenninkmeijer
Will Hayes is CEO of Lucidworks, a San Francisco-based enterprise search company. Lucidworks provides the search platform for the world’s biggest brands, built on the open core, open source search project Apache Solr. Previously, Will has worked at big data analysis company Splunk and biotech firm Genentech.@iamwillhayes
Bryan Hunter is the CTO of Firefly Logic and a cheerleader at NashFP (Nashville Functional Programmers). He is a Microsoft MVP in F# and a well-known figure in the Erlang community. Bryan has a long obsession with both Lean and functional programming.@bryan_hunter
Site Reliability Engineer
Michael Kehoe is a Site Reliability Engineer at LinkedIn. As an SRE for Identity & Higher-Education, Michael strives to create the best operational experience possible for SRE’s maintaining Couchbase clusters. Michael is currently leading LinkedIn’s exploration of using XDCR on production systems. His background is in Network Engineering with a major of Electrical Engineering at the University of Queensland, Australia.
Senior Director, Engineering
Anil is the Sr. Director of Engineering at PayPal running several of their Online & Offline systems around Personalization, PayPal Behavioral Analytics and Marketing. Prior to this he built out eBay’s Big Data Hadoop platform with an underlying infrastructure handling petabytes of data to power search relevance and other efforts around enhancing Trust, Value & Selection. He has spent last 10 years in building distributed online big data systems. Anil has a Masters in Computers Science from Pune University and Bachelors in Physics from St Stephens College Delhi, India.
Professor – Computer Science and Engineering Department
Yannis Papakonstantinou is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego. His research is in the intersection of data management technologies and the web, where he has published over eighty research articles. He has given multiple tutorials and invited talks, has served on journal editorial boards and has chaired and participated in program committees for many international conferences and workshops. He also teaches for UCSD’s upcoming Master of Advanced Studies in Data Science.
Yannis enjoys to commercialize his research and to inform his research accordingly. He was the CEO and Chief Scientist of Enosys Software, which built and commercialized an early Enterprise Information Integration platform for structured and semistructured data. The Enosys Software was OEM’d and sold under the BEA Liquid Data and BEA Aqualogic brand names, eventually acquired in 2003 by BEA Systems. His lab’s recent FORWARD platform is now in use by many UCSD and commercial applications. He is involved in data analytics in the pharmaceutical industry and is in the technical advisory board of Brightscope Inc and GraphSQL Inc. He is the inventor of seven patents and has been an expert in IP litigation cases multiple times.
Yannis holds a Diploma of Electrical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, MS and Ph.D. in Computer Science from Stanford University (1997) and an NSF CAREER award for his work on data integration.
Kyle is a sales engineer with Simba Technologies in Vancouver, BC. He is a seven-year veteran of Simba Technologies, first serving as a core developer on Simba’s relational data access team, and now leading sales engineering for customer and partner engagements. Kyle graduated with honors from University of British Columbia with a BSc in computer science.
Jeremiah Talkar is an Azure tech evangelist within Microsoft’s Developer Platform & Evangelism (DX) Team with 27 years of experience in product engineering, consulting and technical sales. He runs DX’s High Scale Data Working Group and is the primary tech liaison for the technical engagement with various NoSQL and NewSQL Analytics/DataStore vendors to land on Azure. You can reach him atJeremiah.Talkar@microsoft.com and follow @JST2Cents.
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