It’s out! The complete FutureStack14 agenda is now available, detailing two amazing days of data and software and networking and fun.
The 2014 edition of New Relic’s annual tech and user conference in San Francisco is shaping up to be one of the most exciting, innovative, and informative events on the Fall calendar. This October 8th and 9th, we will raise the bar for how much you can learn, who you can meet, and how much fun you can have at a software conference.
Now that we’ve finalized the FS14 agenda, you can see exactly what’s in store for attendees. We’ve lined up an army of compelling speakers from the front lines of data and software to deliver the most important, most useful, and most inspiring content possible.
So now it’s time for you to start planning your own personal agenda at FutureStack14, making you hit the most relevant talks covering the topics you’re most interested in.
Something for everyone
For example, just about everyone will want to catch New Relic founder and CEO Lew Cirne’s opening on Making a Difference with Software first thing Wednesday, October 8. And right after that, the Wall Street Journal’s Don Clark will host a keynote investigating Industry Disruptors: How Innovative Technology is Changing the Way Traditional Industries Operate. And don’t miss Charles Prober taking you Behind the Lens for The GoPro Story at 5 p.m. Wednesday evening.
But the big keynotes represent only a few the many things worth checking out at FutureStack14. Technical types will want to follow Etsy’s Daniel Schauenberg as he delves into Data Driven Monitoring on Thursday at 1:45 p.m. And hear Poornima Vijayashanker, the founding engineer of Mint.com and founder of Femgineer, discuss What Developers Should Do with Data at 3:15 p.m. that afternoon.
Business-oriented attendees should make a beeline for the panel on New Kids on The Block: Three Startups at the Forefront of Disruption chaired by Jason Calacanis from Inside.com at 4 p.m. on Thursday, and witness Hadi Partovi from Code.org demonstrating why computer science is America’s untapped opportunity at 10:30 a.m. Thursday.
Perhaps best of all, there are the unique mash-ups FutureStack specializes in, including Joyent’s TJ Fontaine explaining how Node.js offers Systems Thinking for Software (and Life) at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday. New Relic’s own Brent Miller will deliver an eye-opening investigation of The Interfaces of Our World: The Known, the Unexpected, and the Risks of Failure at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday afternoon on the New Relic Track.
Bottom line? FutureStack14 promises two jam-packed days of learning from the industry’s brightest minds, along with unparalleled networking and fun in a spectacular San Francisco waterfront setting on October 8th and 9th. Get your beta ticket now and save $100 before September 21.