Last updated at Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:33:45 GMT
A few highlights that we are looking forward - great speakers, good discussions and some fun events. We'll keep track of them here, so keep checking back in. And, we want to hear from you so jump in and let us know what you're looking forward to!
I'm excited to announce that the Logentries team will be attending #VelocityConf 2014 in Santa Clara.
We are looking forward to sharing ideas about building faster, stronger web apps, and learning more about the latest advancements in web performance technology.
Let us know in the comments below if you will be attending, and make sure to stop by our booth #718 to say hello. We hope you can also join Logentries and PagerDuty at the Ignite Velocity event for some great lightening talks at 7:30pm on Tuesday, June 24th!
Velocity Events and Activities
From building high performance mobile apps to ensuring you have full visibility into your web apps, Velocity has many great speakers and events to look forward to:
Not sure which sessions to attend? Check out these customized schedules based on track:
What are you doing on Tuesday night of Velocity? Join us and PagerDuty for some food, drinks, and great Ignite discussions!
Speakers and People To Meet
Check out the list of speakers, and follow the Twitter List below to get their latest updates on building a faster, stronger web.
Jonathan Klein, Etsy
Jonathan is a software engineer at Etsy, where he focuses on solving web performance and scalability challenges. Prior to working at Etsy he spent almost four years at Wayfair, where he led the team that converted the primary tech stack to PHP/Lighttpd/FreeBSD. He started and organizes the Boston Web Performance Meetup Group, and he contributes to a few open source projects, including the HTTPArchive and CSSLint. Jonathan blogs regularly at jonathanklein.net and can be found on Twitter at @jonathanklein.
Jennifer Davis, Chef
Jennifer is an Automation Consulting Engineer at Chef. She has worked in education, startup, and large scale environments which has contributed to a diverse set of experiences.
Some things to know before you go: