May 15, 2015@Scale

Save the date: The 2015 @Scale Conference

Erin Green

Just announced: The @Scale Conference 2015 is being held September 14 at the San Jose Convention Center.

The @Scale conference is an invite-only event for engineers who build at scale. Building applications and services that scale to millions or even billions of people presents a complex set of engineering challenges, many of them unprecedented. This year alone, we've seen advancements in systems and technologies that are more intelligent, more efficient and more responsive than ever before.

Bret Taylor (Quip), Selina Tobaccowala (SurveyMonkey), Thuan Pham (Uber), and Mike Krieger (Instagram) discuss scale issues in the keynote panel moderated by Cade Metz (WIRED).
Bret Taylor (Quip), Selina Tobaccowala (SurveyMonkey), Thuan Pham (Uber), and Mike Krieger (Instagram) discuss scale issues in the keynote panel moderated by Cade Metz (WIRED).
In @Scale 2014's data track, Xun Liu delves into Zen, Pinterest's graph storage service.
In @Scale 2014's data track, Xun Liu delves into Zen, Pinterest's graph storage service.
Google's Mikhail Sychev talks about faster images with WebP at YouTube.
Google's Mikhail Sychev talks about faster images with WebP at YouTube.
Jay Parikh from Facebook kicks off @Scale 2014 with a keynote featuring a diverse mix of company attendees.
Jay Parikh from Facebook kicks off @Scale 2014 with a keynote featuring a diverse mix of company attendees.
Jafar Husain closes the web track with a talk about asynchronous programming at Netflix.
Jafar Husain closes the web track with a talk about asynchronous programming at Netflix.
Tamar Bercovici explains how Box is building for scale.
Tamar Bercovici explains how Box is building for scale.
Paul Holden from Uber talks about scaling a mobile-only company.
Paul Holden from Uber talks about scaling a mobile-only company.
Happy hour at scale.
Happy hour at scale.

Take a look at the slideshow above for a taste of what happened at @Scale 2014.

We’re excited to join the community of engineers at this year’s event to openly discuss these challenges and collaborate on the development of new solutions. This model — working together, in the open, to address the technology challenges we face — spurs more innovation and allows us all to move faster.

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

We hope to see you at this year's event.

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