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Join Us at DataLayer 2017 in Austin

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DataLayer Conf 2017 is coming to Austin, Texas on May 17th to the Alamo Draft House on Lamar and we couldn’t be more excited. This year we have top-notch speakers lined up to cover every aspect of the data layer. Talks will cover many databases including MongoDB, Elasticsearch, Redis, PostgreSQL, and more, as well as database technologies such as GraphQL.

While much talk in developer circles these days focuses on the app layer, we feel not enough attention is put on the data layer. Data is the secret ingredient to ensuring apps are optimized for speed, security and user experience. We’ve put together an agenda that puts a light on how teams are leveraging various data services to architect beautiful apps.

Our keynote this year is Charity Majors from Honeycomb discussing Observability and the Glorious Future.

But wait, there’s more! 🙂 Our awesome speaker line up includes:

  • Joshua Drake from the PostgreSQL Foundation and Command Prompt
  • Ross Kukulinski
  • Jonas Helfer from Meteor
  • John Singleton from Watchful.io
  • Emile Baizel from Digit
  • Christina Keelan from Fly.io
  • Amy Unruh from Google
  • Lorna Jane Mitchell from IBM
  • Siddharth Kothari from Appbase
  • Antonio Chavez from Queue Technologies Inc
  • Joshua Smith from IBM

This is going to be a great conference that you won’t want to miss. Space is limited so be sure to reserve your spot today.

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