FutureStack14 Day 1 Photo Gallery

FutureStack14, New Relic’s second annual tech and user conference opened to a packed hall on October 8th, for CEO Lew Cirne’s keynote presentation announcing new features, new products and a brand-new acquisition. Following the keynote, conference participants attended talks in two different pavilions in San Francisco’s scenic Fort Mason, got photographed as data nerds, got the inside scoop on chowed down on fancy snacks and tasty food-truck grub, networked like crazy, and listened to top-notch speakers celebrate the power of data and software.

This is what the first day of the event looked like at FutureStack14.

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Attendees checking in at Registration and picking up their cool interactive badges.

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Lew Cirne delivering the morning keynote.:

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Powering up at the charging station:

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New Relic software engineer Katherine Wu presenting in the Hallway Track on the difference between Ask and Guess cultures:

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Plenty of games and amusements were available in the Hacker Lounge:

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Conference attendees at the talk by Raj Murali of Nordstromrack.com | HauteLook:

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Charles Higgins from Nouvola with the “Ferrari” one lucky customer will win by signing up for the service:

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The ever-popular coffee bar:

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Chowing down at the food trucks:

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April Song from Pivotal dining al fresco with New Relic’s Julie Giannini:

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Brian DeMott and Chris Kelly (both former “Relics”), now of Github:

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Socrata’s Chris Whong visualizes data:

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“This is the best data analysis conference we’ve played for in months”—OK Go in a blizzard of confetti at the kickoff party:

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And some partygoers with Lew Cirne:

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Look for our gallery of FutureStack14 Day 2, tomorrow. If you are at FutureStack14, tweet us using #FS14.

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