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News: 22 November 2010
many thanks to all of those who came along to the successful weekend. Shall we do it again sometime ?
News: 11 November 2010
The conference will take place in the Queen Mother Building, number 26 on the Campus Map. We will have access to the street are and a seminar room for any break out sessions as needed. UK academics have access to the edunet wireless network and we'll have a number of machines set up for general web access. We will try and obtain guest access to the campus wireless network for all other delegates.
If your coming from a far, a full list of hotels is available here http://bit.ly/cao8wq
This developer day will concentrate on the open source movement known as noSql.The sessions will cover a number of technologies from the movement, such as Cassandra, CouchDB, HBase, HypergraphDB, Hypertable,Memcached, MongoDB, Neo4j, Riak, SimpleDB, Voldemort, as well as a look at the SQL alternative VoltDb.
For more information on noSql in general see http://nosql-database.org/
We currently have a number of sessions planned:
Andy Cobley: Cassandra and Hector
Rob Ashton: Raven Db Deepdive
Jonathan Forbes: Hadoop and Hbase
Gary Short: Is NoSQL the future of data storage
Marcus Tillett: Windows Azure
Simon Wells: CouchdB
Mark Whitehorn: VoltDb
If you’d like to present a session then contact Andy Cobley acobley at computing.dundee.ac.uk
The day will run from around 9:00 till around 6:00 and will be followed by the usual dinner. Lunch will be provided.
Twitter tag is #nuac (NoSql UK Autumn Conference)
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