FutureStack15 — our big user conference in San Francisco, November 11-13 — is just a few weeks away! If you have open source future tech topics that you’d like to hear or would like to share, add your <Heart> or new topics on the New Relic Community Forum. More information below.

In addition to the high-profile keynotes and appearances by Steve Wozniak and “Weird Al” Yankovic, we are looking forward to four exciting tracks at the conference: Create, Architecture, New Relic, and the unique Hacker Lounge track brought to you by the Developer Relations and Community Marketing team at New Relic.

cartoon developer: futurestack15 unconferenceThe Hacker Lounge Track is the only track with content created and curated by you, our community members! And we still have a few Unconf sessions open, so please take this opportunity to head over to the New Relic Community Forum for more details. You can share your requests for topics you’d like to see addressed, and <Heart> existing proposals that you like.

Much of the Hacker Lounge Track is filled with exciting talks culled from New Relic User Group speakers from around the world and by the members of the Developer Relations team. But we also want Unconf talks focusing on open source future tech ideas. We already have some exciting ones posted for hardware and software, but we made a point to leave spots open for our community, so let us know what you want to hear or share.

Join the conversation!

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


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Tamao Nakahara is Director of Developer Relations and Community Marketing at New Relic, where she leads a team of Community Managers and Developer Advocates. Before that, Tamao ran Developer Community Programs at VMware, and then at Pivotal after it was spun off. During that time, she supported the open source technology communities created by VMware/Pivotal employees (Cloud Foundry, Spring, Groovy, Grails, RabbitMQ, and Redis) as well as Tomcat, Hadoop, MADlib, and R (for which there are heavy Pivotal contributions). View posts by .

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