Interested in learning more about 10gen and NoSQL technology? Do you need to take analytics further on your MongoDB database? Curious about a new data science platform?
You're invited to the NoSQL Technology & Analytics Meetup on Wednesday, March 13th in Boulder at the Google office. Space is limited! Please RSVP on Meetup.com to save your spot and help us prepare the printed security badges.
You'll hear from the 10gen team on NoSql technology, what MongoDB is, and how companies are leveraging it to tackle Big Data. You’ll also hear from the Precog team to learn about advanced analytics on your MongoDB database.
Join us for drinks, pizza, an interactive dialogue, and to learn more about how to do deep analytics on your existing database. Please bring your laptop/tablet for the interactive part and to win prizes!
RSVP: For security reasons we need all attendees have properly RSVPed for the event. Please RSVP by Tuesday, March 12.
Parking: Please park either in the underground parking in 2590 Pearl Street (south-west corner of 26th/Pearl) or in the parking lot behind 2590 building. The Meetup will be across 26th Street at 2600 Pearl Street. Map to parking.
- 6:00 – 6:30 – Socialize over food and drink
- 6:30 – 6:45 - Announcements, Upcoming Events
- 6:45 - 7:30 -
- Overview of 10gen - Mike Hayes, Sr. Account Executive, 10gen
- Overview of NoSQL Technology and MongoDB - Antoine Girbal, Principal Engineer, 10gen
- 7:30 - 8:30
- Overview of Precog for MongoDB
- Analytics on your NoSQL Data - Daniel Spiewak, Senior R&D Engineer, Precog
- 8:30 - 9:00 - Door Prizes, Q&A
About the presenters
Antoine Girbal, 10gen
Daniel Spiewak, Precog
Daniel Spiewak is Senior R&D Engineer for Precog based out of Boulder, Colorado. Over the years, he has worked with Java, Scala, Ruby, C/C++, ML, Clojure and several experimental languages. He currently spends most of his free time researching parser theory and methodologies, particularly areas where the field intersects with functional language design, domain-specific languages and type theory. Daniel has written a number of articles on his weblog, Code Commit, including his popular introductory series, Scala for Java Refugees.
Derek Chen-Becker, Precog
Over the past 15 years, Derek has held a variety of roles, including network engineer, sysadmin, security architect and software developer. Since 2007, Derek has been an active member of the Scala community, where he developed relationships with many of the people who now make up Precog’s stellar engineering group. At Precog, Derek is able to utilize his breadth of knowledge to engineer distributed systems that maximize performance, reliability and customer value.