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MarkLogic World Tour: Top 5 Reasons To Attend

MarkLogic World Tour 2014 kicks off in San Francisco on April 7th and then hits Amsterdam, London, New York, Chicago, Baltimore, and Washington, DC through May and June. MarkLogic World brings together experts in the database world—from developers to executives—with something for everyone.

Here are the top 5 reasons you should attend MarkLogic World Tour in San Francisco:

1. Meet Industry Thought-Leaders
You’ll get to meet some of the top names in the industry, including founders, CEOs, and the lead engineers who are solving today’s biggest data challenges. We have great keynotes lined up on topics ranging from general overviews of Enterprise NoSQL to technical talks for developers.

2. Get Burning Questions Answered
In addition to keynotes, we have expert 1:1’s throughout the event for you to get your questions answered. We have almost 10 hours of 1:1’s on the agenda to give you ample time to chat in-person with some of the best minds in the Enterprise NoSQL industry.

3. Learn How to Develop Apps Faster
This year, MarkLogic World Tour focuses more attention on the specific skills that developers need to get up and running on MarkLogic faster. We have talks on developing apps using MarkLogic’s Java and REST APIs, RDF and semantics, building better search applications, and more.

4. Tune in to the Hottest Data Model
RDF has been around a little over a decade, but is only just hitting its stride. Find out how to convert RDBMS data to RDF – natively store it in MarkLogic and use combination queries to across documents, data and now triples. Learn how to leverage MarkLogic Semantics to increase insights, drive revenue, and complete missions.

5. Hear From Customers
We have customers from a variety of industries coming to discuss their examples of implementing MarkLogic. We have experts from Intel, Tableau, Wiley, Innodata, Avalon Consulting, Temis, RSuite, Smartlogic, and more.

If those reasons weren’t enticing enough, then perhaps the price is. The two-day kickoff in San Francisco is only $350 (pre-registration price end Friday, April 4th). But, to attend the abridged Tour in any of the other cities, it’s free! Yep, totally free. If you need to justify your trip, we have a pre-written letter you can download here.

There’s also still availability to sign-up for one of the free MarkLogic University courses being offered in San Francisco on Thursday, April 9th.

Haven’t signed up yet? To register now for any of the upcoming MarkLogic World Tour events, click here to visit our registration page. If you have questions regarding MarkLogic World Tour, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Director of Product Marketing

Matt Allen is a VP of Product Marketing Manager responsible for marketing all the features and benefits of MarkLogic across all verticals. In this role, Matt interfaces with the product and engineering team and with sales and marketing to create content and events that educate and inspire adoption of the technology. Matt is based at MarkLogic headquarters in San Carlos, CA and in his free time he is an artist who specializes in large oil paintings.

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