July 7, 2016@Scale

Registration is open for @Scale 2016

Erin Green

Registration is now open for the 2016 @Scale Conference! The invitation-only event will be held at the San Jose Convention Center on August 31, starting at 10am, and will feature talks from engineers at Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Instagram, LinkedIn, NVIDIA, Uber, and more.

Attendees will hear best practices from some of the industry's leading engineering teams. Confirmed topics include APIs for massive parallel efficiency, data visualization techniques, in-house mobile testing tools, IPv6 updates, new compression algorithms, open source applications, video stabilization updates, machine learning applications, and others.

Register for the 2016 @Scale Conference here. The full conference line-up will be announced soon.

Haven't received a registration code yet? That's OK! Visit the @Scale Community page and message us telling us why you'd like to attend.

For a taste of what the event is like, check out this slideshow or visit the @Scale website to see previous conference talks.

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 the @Scale Conference.
Happy hour at the @Scale Conference.

We're excited to see you on August 31!

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