We take feedback provided on post-event surveys seriously, and after the 2018 event one thing was clear – a good percentage of attendees enjoy extended sessions and workshops.
To that end, we’re happy to feature a good number in 2019:
Monday, October 14
- Intro to MongoDB (1.5 hours, on the Databases track, room 204, 10:45 am ET)
- Introduction to Face Processing with Computer Vision (1.5 hours, State Ballroom B at Marriott, 10:45 am ET)
- SQL Back – How advances in data platforms and tools has made building SQL-oriented, high-scale data architectures possible and practical (1.5 hours, Congressional Ballroom A at Marriott)
- Amazon / Elastic all day hackathon (all day drop-in, State Ballroom A at Marriott)
- Don’t Forget the Elephant (1.5 hours, on the Databases track, room 204, 2:15 pm ET)
- Writing Tutorial: Using blogging and great documentation to grow your open source project (3 hours, Congressional Ballroom A at Marriott, 2:15 pm ET)
- Containers: A soup-to-nuts short course (3 hours, Congressional Ballroom B, 2:15 pm ET)
- Building Recommendation Engines in Open Source and SAS (3 hours, State Ballroom B, 2:15 pm ET)
- MongoDB Extended Training (3 hours, Chancellor Room at Marriott, 2:15 pm ET; *separate registration with MongoDB required)
Tuesday, October 15:
- Getting Started with Open IoT and The Things Network (1.5 hours, Room 302 – Hardware & IoT track, 10:45 am ET)
- Deploying and Scaling Your First Cloud Application (1.5 hours, State Ballroom A at Marriott, 10:45 am ET)
- Using Istio (1.5 hours, State Ballroom B at Marriott, 10:45 am ET)
- Programming in Kotlin (3 hours, State Ballroom A at Marriott)
Three important items to keep in mind regarding extended sessions:
- Separate registration is NOT required to attend. However, seating is available on first-come, first-served basis.
- If you attend an extended session/workshop, please plan to attend for the entire duration of the session. You might be keeping others from attending (if you arrive early and get a seat), so please keep this in mind.
- Note the majority of sessions will take place in the Marriott meeting space, which adjoins the Raleigh Convention Center. Signage will be posted around the Convention Center and Marriott clearly marking/directing where sessions will take place. In addition, ATO volunteers will be positioned and directing attendees where they need to go.