@Scale 2016

August 31, 2016San Jose Convention Center, US

@Scale 2016

Building applications or services that scale to millions or even billions of people presents a complex set of engineering challenges, many of them unprecedented. The @ Scale conference is focused on bringing people together to openly discuss these challenges and collaborate on the development of new solutions.

On August 31, 2016, at the San Jose Convention Center, engineers will gather to discuss building systems and applications for scale across four tracks: mobile, data, dev tools, and a new hot topics track, which will feature emerging scale technologies such as video and machine learning. Attendees will hear from technical leaders at companies such as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, NVIDIA, Uber, and more.

Take a look at the slideshow below for highlights from last year's @Scale event.

WIRED's Cade Metz moderates a panel with Box, LinkedIn, and WhatsApp on flexible infrastructure, high-quality performance, and efficiency.
WIRED's Cade Metz moderates a panel with Box, LinkedIn, and WhatsApp on flexible infrastructure, high-quality performance, and efficiency.
The @Scale community gathers for keynote talks.
The @Scale community gathers for keynote talks.
In his keynote, Jay Parikh talks about how Facebook is scaling its video platform.
In his keynote, Jay Parikh talks about how Facebook is scaling its video platform.
Olivia Bishop from Facebook dives deeper into how React Native makes cross-platform mobile app development easier.
Olivia Bishop from Facebook dives deeper into how React Native makes cross-platform mobile app development easier.
In the Data track, Varun Sharma announces Terrapin, Pinterest's open source tool for localizing data.
In the Data track, Varun Sharma announces Terrapin, Pinterest's open source tool for localizing data.
Google's Melody Meckfessel shares insights on how the cloud is changing software development.
Google's Melody Meckfessel shares insights on how the cloud is changing software development.
Attendees engage in face-to-face discussions in common spaces.
Attendees engage in face-to-face discussions in common spaces.

If you are interested in knowing more, join our @Scale Community and check out the @Scale site.

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