Day 2 of FutureStack14 turned out to be just as packed with inspiring keynotes, informative sessions, useful products, invaluable networking, fun diversions, innovative design, and tasty food (see pictures of Day 1 here). Here’s a look at some of the sights from the second day of FutureStack14:
Welcome data nerds!
Rocking the Registration area at Herbst Pavilion.
Nerd of the Dog offered a Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, and more to perk those who partied a little too hard at the Kickoff Party the night before:
This time, breakfast was burritos:
Lew Cirne (2nd from left) welcomes the Ducksboard founders Jan Urbanski, Diego Mariño, and Aitor Guvara to FutureStack and New Relic:
Scott Balentine and Gonzalo Maldonado of Yammer catching up at the Hacker Lounge.
More than 50 people checked out the Hallway Track workshop on how to hack their badges:
Hundreds of people got their pictures taken to help prove that “Everyone is a Data Nerd!”
The view of Alcatraz and San Francisco’s infamous fog from the Ft. Mason piers:
More food trucks for lunch:
Attendees mingle with FutureStack14 sponsors in the Hacker Lounge:
Learning about New Relic’s new products:
Startups at the Forefront of Disruption:
New Relic chief security officer Shaun Gordon reveals security lessons from history in the New Relic Track.
In an afternoon keynote, OKCupid founder Christian Rudder explained that data shows men and women rate each other’s attractiveness very differently:
And in the final keynote of FutureStack14, Docker’s Solomon Hykes explained “the Docker Way” of building the Future Stack:
And that’s a wrap! Big thanks to everyone who attended. Stay tuned to the New Relic blog ongoing coverage of FutureStack sessions in the coming days weeks. And we’ll see you all next year at FutureStack15.