The Zen of High Performance Messaging With NATS - My StrangeLoop 2016 Recap

By: Wally Quevedo - Date: October 2, 2016

StrangeLoop began in 2009, as an event focused on distributed systems, security, emerging programming languages, and the like. This year nearly 1300 attendees came to StrangeLoop, and tickets were gone in less than 30 minutes after going on sale. Needless to say, StrangeLoop is one of the highlights of the calendar for anyone writing modern software systems. The focus is on interesting, original, and technical presentations, as the organizers explain: “Tech, not process. Read More…


SCALE14x Wrap Up: New Venue, Same Great Event!

By: Brian Flannery - Date: January 26, 2016

I’ve attended SCALE a few times in the past, and have always been impressed with the event that the SCALE team puts on each year; but I hadn’t attended in a few years, and it has gone from strength to strength in that time! There are more booths, training sessions, breakout talks / BOF’s, and more developers and interesting open source community members to hear from and collaborate with. As a result, SCALE was held for the first time at the more spacious Pasadena Convention Center: The talks were great, and I can’t wait to view some more of them on YouTube since I could only attend a handful! Read More…