FutureStack15 is a great chance to join other developers, IT experts, and technologists who are among those building, running, and (re)shaping the world of modern software. The conference features three core tracks of content (Create, Architecture, and New Relic) full of important, useful information.

But the fourth track, the Hacker Lounge Track, is special. The Hacker Lounge Track is your track, the track with content by the community for the community.

Speakers are coming from our many New Relic User Groups (NRUGs) from around the world including Sydney, São Paulo, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Boston, London, and more. This is your chance to learn firsthand how they are using software analytics to build and monitor high-performance apps. The speakers on the Hacker Lounge Track are true data nerds who took the cloud journey, improved performance, built better processes, and are gaining insights every day from their data. The Hacker Lounge Track will be the place for you to hear and meet our great speakers as well as other users.

Register for FutureStack today to attend great Hacker Lounge Track sessions like these:

  • Using APM: Knowing Your App!
    Oliver Brennan, Senior Software Engineer, THE ICONIC (Sydney NRUG)
  • From Cloud Prototype to Production Mainstay: 100 applications in 60 days
    Cris Stauffer, Director of Test Engineering, Yodle (NYC NRUG)
  • Ontegrity, OMS, and New Relic
    Danielle Hewitt, Director of Information Technology, Ontegrity (Boston NRUG)

 

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  • New Relic in Action at Trainline
    Paul Kiddie, Developer, Trainline (London NRUG)
  • Tracking Performance and Making Data-Driven Decisions at TELUS
    Wasim Hossain, Web Developer, TELUS (Toronto NRUG)
  • Close the Loop: Give Your App Insights
    Eric Peterson, Manager, Marketing Systems Engineering, Tableau (Seattle NRUG)

 

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Check the FutureStack15 schedule for details of confirmed Hacker Lounge Track speakers. We’re also planning to have challenges for prizes, games, and lots of fun in the Hacker Lounge.

Join the New Relic community at FutureStack15. You’ll be glad you did!

 

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Note: Event dates, speakers, and schedules are subject to change without notice.

Tori Wieldt is a New Relic Developer Advocate, which means she writes blogs, speaks at New Relic User Groups and events, and seeks to empower and educate New Relic developer users. She has been in the tech world as a sys admin, tech writer, and marketeer. View posts by .

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