If you still haven’t grabbed your ticket for next week’s Velocity 2012 conference, now’s the time to do it. Only a few spots are left for the annual gathering of the brightest minds and leaders in the web performance community. There’s still time for us to help you get a discount off your registration fee. (Remember to type NEW RELIC in the group discount field.)
And of course, we will be there to get the party started. Stop by our booth (#309) to see New Relic in action and get your Data Nerd tshirt. Our engineers will be there to give informal tech talks, run demos and answer your questions. We’ve got a lot planned for Velocity and can’t wait to get started!
To start your Velocity experience off right, we’d like to buy you breakfast. Join us Tuesday morning to get a preview of our Velocity product announcements, see our product roadmap and meet the New Relic team.
If you’re suffering from performance anxiety, join our Founder and CEO Lew Cirne and web performance gurus Joshua Bixby, Patrick Meenan, Marty Kagan, and Patrick Lightbody later that day as they lead a panel discussion on how to optimize websites in development. The talk starts at 3:50 pm in Ballroom E.
Then on Tuesday evening, get your nerd on at our party at the world famous Computer History Museum. Treat yourself to free food and drinks, mix with your peers and tour this exclusive one-of-a-kind museum. Transportation to and from the party will be provided. Starting at 6:45 pm, the Data Nerd buses will begin boarding outside the Santa Clara Convention Center and return to the Hyatt Regency at 10 pm.
On Wednesday, Intel Senior Performance Architect Frank Ober will discuss how Intel uses New Relic to support agile development. Check out his Lightning Session at 9:35 in the Mission City Ballroom or his full session at 1:00 pm in Ballroom E.
And don’t forget that Velocity attendees get a free 30-day trial of New Relic Pro. Go to http://newrelic.com/velocity and enter promo code velocity30 to claim your free account today.
We look forward to seeing your there!
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