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From Nate McCall <>
Subject Two day Apache Cassandra track at ApacheConNA 2019
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2019 00:20:41 GMT
Hi Folks,
I am delighted to share with you that we, the Apache Cassandra
community, have been given a two day track at this year's ApacheCon
North America.

The goal of this track is simple: we are going to get together to talk
about Apache Cassandra. As such, this will be the ideal place to
network with peers, ask questions, get answers, etc.

On day one, we will be having our Next Generation Cassandra Conference
(NGCC). All are welcome to attend but this day is targeted for Apache
Cassandra committers, contributors and large-scale cluster operators
to get together and discuss topics of interest to them for future
development efforts. The content will focus on internals and will be
geared towards folks with knowledge of the codebase and/or operating
Cassandra in very large environments. Talk submissions for NGCC should
take this target audience into account.

Day two will be more general purpose and accessible for a wider
audience. If you are interested in speaking here, put something
together that tells a story others will want to hear. What we are
looking for is general use case submissions that our users will find
interesting. This can be how you solved a specific problem or just a
general picture into how your organization uses Apache Cassandra. A
good submission will embrace the open source ethos of sharing
information to help others solve similar problems.

NGCC talks will be targeted to 30 minutes with 15 minutes for
questions or small break out discussions. General purpose talks will
have 40 minutes with five minutes for questions.

For more information, including details of how to submit proposals,
please see this page:


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