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Mobile, Accessible Analytics & Data Persistence Done Right - Seattle
Thursday, November 15, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PST)
Mobile, Accessible Analytics and Data Persistence Done Right
Please join ThoughtWorks technologists and industry peers for a networking discussion on the latest publication of ThoughtWorks Tech Radar and insights into the ever expanding role of mobile and data analytics.
- Mobile—rapidly becoming the primary internet access point, this needs to be factored in to new enterprise application strategy, product strategy and implementation – from “mobile first” design through a new breed of testing tools.
- Accessible Analytics—Big Data does not have to equal Big Budgets. A combination of nimble open-source tooling and cloud-based infrastructure provides a more readily accessible analytics and visualization approach.
- Data persistence done right—As NoSQL databases are maturing and gaining acceptance, an understanding of the patterns for use (and abuse) becomes imperative.
We will also discuss simple architectures and reproducible environments and other timely industry topics. We will have time for questions and your topics for discussions as well.
This event will be informative, interactive and thought-provoking. Hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be enjoyed throughout the event. We will be gathering on Thursday, November 15th, from 5 – 7 pm.
We hope to see you there!
Mike Mason is Head of Technology for ThoughtWorks. He ensures our technologists remain at the cutting edge of innovation and continue to lead in strategic areas such as Mobile, Continuous Delivery and Agile Analytics.
Jonny Leroy is a Technology Strategist at ThoughtWorks, with a strong emphasis on mobile. He has advised ThoughtWorks' clients in the all industries on strategy, architecture, development and collaboration. An evangelist of simplicity, sustainability and collaboration, he tweets, blogs and speaks regularly.
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