As November approaches, the excitement is building around our upcoming FutureStack15 conference in San Francisco. This year’s event is shaping up to deliver more inspiring content, more amazing industry dialogue, and more nerdy fun than ever before.

New Relic’s flagship FutureStack conference has become a go-to gathering for the visionary data nerds who are building, running, and (re)defining the world of software. FutureStack15, scheduled for November 11-13 in the beautiful Fairmont Hotel, promises to be our best and biggest event ever.

Brand new speakers

Today we’re thrilled to announce more special speakers scheduled to appear at this can’t-miss event. Joining previously announced speakers from News Corp, Target, Time, Inc., and Zillow, new speakers include:

See full list of FutureStack15 speakers.

Get down and nerdy in the Hacker Lounge

Join your fellow nerds for crowd-sourced talks from our attendees and our global user groups, including presentations by developers, engineers, and technologists from companies such as Ontegrity, Trainline, TELUS, Tableau, and Yodle. Registered attendees can stop by and hang out with New Relic Community Managers and Developer Advocates.

Don’t forget to enlist in our APM Essentials Bootcamp

This year we’re complementing FutureStack15’s big-picture presentations and technical sessions with a full-day APM Essentials Bootcamp on Wed., November 11. Admission to this workshop is free with your FutureStack15 registration, but space is limited. So hurry and register for FutureStack15 now to reserve your spot.

Join us for FutureStack15 at San Francisco’s Fairmont Hotel, taking place November 11 through 13. Register by November 5 and save $600!

FutureStack15 promo

 

Check out photos from last year’s event below:

FutureStack stage

futurestack exterior at fort mason

futurestack interior at fort mason

futurestack registration line

futurestack14 panel

futurestack14 panel

 

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

 

Golden Gate Bridge image courtesy of Shutterstock.com.

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