The world's largest database Meetup! Formerly known as the "NYC MySQL Group"
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The NYC NoSQL & NewSQL Group
(formerly known as The NYC MySQL Group)
is the world’s largest database Meetup!
Official URL: www.NYCSQL.com
Learn amazing new data tech from technology creators, founders & tech execs CEO / CTO / CIO / VP.
All of our presentations are geared for a general-audience of people interested in database technologies; many events go into deep-tech but always include prerequisite knowledge so that all attendees (beginners to advanced) can expect to be able to grasp the concepts and leave much more knowledgeable.
Apply to be on Data Bosses! Seeking contestants for upcoming episodes!
Are you a fan of Shark Tank? Do you like data-tech? Data Bosses merges the two!
Data Bosses is similar to Shark Tank, but specifically focused on data-oriented ventures and projects.
Contestants pitch their venture to a board of investors (the "Bosses") to attempt to gain their support/funding.
Apply now and learn more at http://www.DataBosses.com/apply to have your data-venture featured on Data Bosses!
MySQL & SQL
NoSQL including MongoDB, Couchbase, Aerospike, CouchDB, Redis, Riak, Cloudant
NewSQL such as NuoDB, VoltDB, MemSQL
MySQL forks & alternatives like Clustrix, MariaDB, Percona, Drizzle
Big data technologies like Hadoop, Cassandra, MarkLogic, HPCC
HD-Video of our previous events is regularly published to:
YOU CAN SAVE A CHILD'S LIFE!
Techie Youth is seeking volunteers, supporters and donations.
Techie Youth is a charity that utilizes technology-education to save kids' lives, focusing on the most-severely-at-risk youth in foster care who are statistically-doomed to become homeless, incarcerated, involved in drugs/crime, etc. within the next 2-3 years without the Techie Youth program.
Please take a look at http://www.TechieYouth.org and open your hearts to save a child's life and please make a donation too, any amount helps - 100% of funds go to the education of children in technology and helping them become techies who can support themselves in an IT profession.
I started the group because there wasn't any other type of group like this. I've met some great folks in the group who have become close friends and have also met some amazing business owners.
— Bill, started New York City Gay Craft Beer Lovers