FutureStack14: High Profile New Speakers Added to FutureStack14’s Stellar Lineup

By Posted in New Relic News, Top Post 20 August 2014

The lineup of speakers for our user and tech conference, FutureStack14 just keeps getting better and better. Today we’re announcing leaders and visionaries from high-profile companies like Adobe, GoPro, Bleacher Report, and Lending Club are joining the already stellar roster of speakers on tap for the October event in San Francisco at the Fort Mason…

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FutureStack13 Attendees, Activities, Badges and Buzz by the Numbers [Infographic]

By Posted in New Relic News 26 November 2013

FutureStack13, our inaugural user conference, was jam-packed with amazing attendees, thought-provoking sessions and exciting product announcements. From the opening keynote to closing happy hour, the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco was abuzz with people focusing on a single mission: building the future of Modern Software. Wrapping your head around all that was happening across the…

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Call for Prognostications: How Will Modern Software Change the Tech of Tomorrow?

By Posted in New Relic News, Top Post 5 August 2013

New Relic’s FutureStack promises to be a no-holds barred celebration of modern software and data nerdery. We’ll be debating software’s impact on our world, and considering the technical and cultural components needed to build it, break it – and ultimately –improve it. Help Shape the Future As part of the conference, we’ll be looking at…

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Improving Tradition with Technology: Obama for America Tech Team Infographic

By Posted in New Relic News, Top Post 12 March 2013

In January, we hosted Coding Forward, a three-city tour highlighting the ground-breaking effort by the Obama for America technology team. We were guided through the team’s growth, technology stack and war stories. Through it all, the small team capitalized on web and mobile technologies to capture massive donations, volunteers and votes. From the scalable contributions…

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