At the end of May, I flew to Germany to both attend and present at the first NoSQL Matters conference.
It was an excellent event, with a turn out of roughly 250 people and 30 presentations. Google presented, 10Gen presented and even Salvatore Sanfilippo of Redis fame presented.
My slide deck (introducing Rocket U2 databases and some of the basics of the MultiValue model) is freely available on the conferences website, so be sure to check it out: Rocket U2 Databases & The MultiValue Model.
Prior to this conference, I presented a range of topics at U2 University in Denver. If you are in Europe or Australia, I highly encourage you to come along to U2U UK Cheshire or U2U Australia in Sydney. I’ll be presenting on HTML5, Security, U2 Dynamic Objects as well as running a lab on the U2 Basic Code Coverage Project. Be sure to attend the U2 Leadership panel where you can ask us questions as well as provide you feedback.