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Spark Summit 2014 roundup

I haven’t been at the Spark Summit and even if the complete event was streamed online, my agenda hasn’t allowed me to watch more than a couple keynotes. Thomas Dinsmore’s notes about the event were quite interesting to get an idea of what happened there.

One thing that caught my attention immediately:

Last December, the 2013 Spark Summit pulled 450 attendees for a two-day event. Six months later, the Spark Summit 2014 sold out at more than a thousand seats for a three- day affair.

Original title and link: Spark Summit 2014 roundup (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://thomaswdinsmore.com/2014/07/03/spark-summit-2014-roundup/