Past Meetup

RedisConfNano - Hackday & Meetup (Portland)

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10 Days ago we decided to pull the plug on a full blown Redis Conf production. We’ve decided to run a more intimate, informal and smaller event for the Redis and RealTime community.

The Day – October 17th

We’re splitting the day in half. The first half will be informal coffee and open hack day. A chance to network, share code, problems and anything else your working on. Bring laptops.

The second half of the day we’ll be hosting four speakers. A keynote from @antirez (https://twitter.com/antirez) (in person) and three other speakers that are to be confirmed.

The Speakers.

We’re excited to announce the Salvatore Sanfilippo aka antirez will give a keynote in person. Expect to hear updates about Redis 3.0, Redis Cluster and whole lot more.

I’ll be announcing the other three speakers next week.

We will be recording the sessions, with early access to any RedisConfNano community ticket holder supporters.

Tickets.

We’ve selling three tickets for the event. (https://tito.io/redistogo/redis-2013) A ticket for a hackday morning and meetup, a ticket for just the afternoon meetup and a third ticket to help support the event, with the bonus of early access to the Redis Conf videos.

Purchase your tickets today! (https://tito.io/redistogo/redis-2013)

If you have already purchased a ticket for RealTimeWeek or Redis Conf, these tickets will be refunded. You will still need to purchase a ticket for RedisConfNano.

Accommodation.
We recommend booking a room at the Jupiter Hotel (http://www.jupiterhotel.com/), it’s the official RealTimeConf hotel. The location of the event is TBC depending on interest of this event.

Flights.
Flights are a great price now, as little as $120 from SFO. I would recommend booking now.

Stay for RealTimeConf; I highly recommend everyone stay around for RealTimeConf (https://tito.io/&yet/realtimeconf-2013)

Next year.

We really missed a beat with this years Redis Conf planning, we’re going to rethink what it means for RedisConf14 and will likely roll it into a larger open source conference.

<3 Rackspace

All of this couldn’t be possible without the awesome sponsorship of Rackspace (http://rackspace.com/) andRedisToGo (http://www.redistogo.com/) . They have been a great support in both helping give time and money to get this event off the ground.

If your company would like to help out too, we’re still open to sponsorship for the after party. Please email me for more details. ([masked])

Lastly a big thanks to @anteriz continued support and help in making something happen.

Looking forward to seeing you all in Portland ~ Ben

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