Couchbase, the NoSQL DB technology provider is coming to India with its CouchConf which is scheduled for December 7th, 2011.
CouchConf Bangalore is a one-day event for anyone interested in learning more about the latest advancements in distributed/cloud databases. This one-day event is for any developer who wants to take a deeper dive into Couchbase NoSQL technology, learn where it’s headed and build really cool stuff.
The early bird ticket (priced at $25) includes:
- Education and updates on NoSQL, provided by Couchbase experts.
- Sessions on best practices for developing with Couchbase and deploying into production.
- The Couchbase Lounge – hands-on support for your Couch questions and a relaxed place to network.
- Panel discussion with Zynga engineers on their use of NoSQL.
- An after party for mingling and networking.
Do check out event agenda/avail early bird discounts/get to know more details at CouchConf Bangalore site.
Event Venue: Zynga Office, Ground Floor, #206, MG Road, Bangalore – 560001
Matt heads up the Developer Solutions group for Couchbase and is an experienced web architect with a software development background. At Couchbase, Matt leads the team developing client libraries, samples and docs developers interact with. In recent years, he has been a core developer on Membase and Couchbase, a contributor to the memcached project. He is a frequent speaker at technology conferences including JavaOne 2011, MySQL 2011, MySQL 2010, OSCON 2010, Erlang Factory, Cloud Camp San Francisco, Silicon Valley Code Camp, and many others.
Frank is director of product management at Couchbase. He is responsible for the company’s core NoSQL database products and works with customers and users around the world to understand emerging requirements for low-latency, scalable data stores. He started his career 10 years ago in software engineering, primarily focused on dynamic binary translators, before crossing to the dark side and telling others what their code should do.
Dustin is a chief architect at Couchbase and author of spymemcached. He is a core contributor to Membase and Memcached projects. He has well over 100 open source projects on github and other places. Dustin’s motivation is to make things better to make people’s lives better, help people understand things, and just generally to make the world a better place within the realm of things in which he is most interested.