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GridGain technology evangelist Akmal Chaudhri is in the middle of another three-day, three city meetup tour this week – this time around featuring Kubernetes. All three meetups are sold-out! (They are all free events but the RSVP limit maxed out).     Yesterday he spoke at the München Kubernetes/Cloud-Native Meetup; this evening he’ll be the featured speaker at the Hamburg Kubernetes/Cloud-…
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I'm in New York City with our technology evangelist who is set to wrap eight solid weeks "on the road" events -- speaking at consecutive Big Data meetups across Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. This week Akmal Chaudhri is with me in New York City. He's a road warrior -- but no person can speak simultaneously at meetups on both sides of the country. That's why Akmal will be speaking tonight at…
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It's been two weeks since the conclusion of the fourth-annual In-Memory Computing Summit® North America. Here's the recap. Industry leaders from around the world converged on the Hyatt's conference center in Burlingame, Calif. (midway between San Francisco and Silicon Valley) for the two-day conference and delivered 35 breakout sessions and five keynote addresses. Some 450 people representing…
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This report is for week 6 of the Big Data meetup tour. The two cities covered this week were Singapore and Stockholm, half a world apart. Continuing on from the previous meetup report, I took the KLIA Ekspres from KL Sentral to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) on Sunday 7 October. Anyone that has attended one of my meetup or conference presentations will know that I occasionally make…
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Autumn is in the air – and so is Akmal. Our London-based technology evangelist will be flying to speaking engagements in Brussels, Luxembourg and New York City over the next couple of weeks.   But Akmal won’t be the only GridGain expert speaking at meetups: GridGain senior consultant Lucas Beeler will preside over a hands-on workshop for Java developers at the Silicon Valley Java User Group on…
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This report is for week 5 of the Big Data meetup tour. Similar to week 4, only one city this week and that was Helsinki. However, from Helsinki I travelled on to Kuala Lumpur (KL) to run an Apache® Ignite™ workshop. Day 12: Helsinki I have had the good fortune to visit many cities around the world through various roles that I have held with other employers, so I have actually visited Helsinki…
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At a recent gathering of the Moscow Apache® Ignite™ Meetup, I talked about open-source communities, how to become a contributor and a committer and some reasons why you should participate.  Specifically, I was talking about the story of the Apache Ignite community. The limited time of the talk did not allow me to give more examples, so that was the inspiration for this post -- which is by the…
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Next week, our experts will be speaking at events on three continents – and our technology  evangelist Akmal Chaudhri will at two of them. The week’s largest event happens Tuesday and Wednesday: the In-Memory Computing Summit North America 2018. This conference will bring together in-memory computing experts from across North America and the Pacific Rim. It’s down to the wire, but if you’d like…
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This is week 4 of the Big Data meetup tour. Only one city this week and that was Oslo. So, this meetup report will be quite short. Day 11: Oslo Quite a long time ago, I visited Oslo when working for a previous employer. That last trip was in winter time and there was lots of snow. This time, no snow and very mild weather. Having stayed in some airport hotels over the past few weeks where it…
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The keynote speaker schedule was announced today for the fourth-annual In-Memory Computing Summit® North America, taking place October 2-3 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. Industry luminaries from ING Belgium, Wellington Management, Oracle, SNIA and GridGain Systems will discuss the evolution of in-memory computing technology and how organizations are leveraging in-memory computing to…
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Previously, I briefly wrote about the first week and the second week of the Big Data meetup tour. This blog post is about the third week of the Big Data meetup tour. Three more meetups this week. This time it was Paris, Amsterdam and London. Great to finish-up in London, which is my home town. This first meetup tour also concludes in London. However, there are other meetups that GridGain is…
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The full conference schedule was released today for the annual fourth annual In-Memory Computing Summit North America. Technical experts from American Airlines, ING Belgium, Salesforce.com, SberTech, Intel Corp., Oracle, Neeve Research, ScaleOut Software, Heimdall Data and more will lead the many conference breakout sessions. The summit is happening October 2-3 at the conference center inside…
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In my job at GridGain, I am privileged to work with some of the smartest and most talented people that I have ever met in my IT career. I am also fortunate in the variety of work that I get involved with. This includes presenting at meetups and conferences, building demos, writing blog posts, presenting webinars, occasionally writing and editing product documentation, and even contributing to the…
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The fourth annual In-Memory Computing Summit North America is just around the corner -- happening Oct. 2-3 near San Francisco. I'm planning another community mixer so keep your evening free following the conference's first day. Details on that soon. But first I need you to register! And here's a bonus for reading this post: I've loaded 5 FREE tickets to the conference when you use the promo code…
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GridGain technology evangelist Akmal Chaudhri delivered the second webinar of his popular highly technical two-part series for software developers and architects on Aug. 28 titled, "In-Memory Computing Essentials for Architects and Developers: Part 2." This free webinar was recorded and is available for playback (and the slides for download) here. Akmal continued his introduction of more of the…
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