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Right now, top-flight developers are innovating at the leading edge of cloud computing using powerful platforms, APIs, and services that you may not even know exist. That’s because the next generation of cloud development is being invented fast and furiously by a slew of companies, big and small, delivering key technologies ranging from tiny but key single-purpose services to large and powerful platforms in the cloud.
Cloudstock is an entirely new event designed for one purpose:
To bring the top cloud developers and the top cloud technologies together under one roof, to learn from each other, collaborate, innovate, and drive the future of cloud computing. This open, meetup style, free event will feature sessions, demo stations, socializing, and a hackathon, all delivered in a hip, developer friendly context.
Join the cloud development revolution Cloudstock is the place to explore the very latest of these exciting technologies—and you’re cordially invited.
Join thousands of developers and industry thought leaders at this free, one-of-a-kind event exclusively for cloud developers:
40+ cloud technical sessions – attend sessions from cloud telephony to cloud development platforms sessions
Demo stations – see some of the latest cloud technologies in action The Cloudstock Hackathon – pit your coding skills against other developers and build solutions that bridge the clouds
Networking – meet your peers and the cloud service providers
Have some Gaming fun in the Gaming Arcade You’ll come away with insights into the latest cloud platforms and services, expanded coding skills, and great ways to use the cloud ecosystem to maximum advantage.
Register for the FREE Event: www.cloudstockevent.com
Location and Date:
Moscone West, San Francisco
December 6, 2010
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