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Velocity 2014 Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks at Velocity 2014. Note: The schedule is subject to change.

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Mission City Ballroom B1
Add Look, Ma, No Image Requests! to your personal schedule
3:30pm Look, Ma, No Image Requests! Pamela Fox (Khan Academy)
Add Lessons Learned from Building a CSS Minifier to your personal schedule
5:00pm Lessons Learned from Building a CSS Minifier Stoyan Stefanov (Facebook)
Mission City Ballroom B4
Add Understanding Slowness to your personal schedule
11:20am Understanding Slowness Theo Schlossnagle (OmniTI/Circonus)
Add Smoke Alarms, Car Alarms, and Monitoring to your personal schedule
1:15pm Smoke Alarms, Car Alarms, and Monitoring Dan Slimmon (Exosite)
Add A Look at Looking in the Mirror: PostMortems to your personal schedule
2:00pm A Look at Looking in the Mirror: PostMortems J. Paul Reed (Release Engineering Approaches)
Add Mean Time to Sleep: Quantifying the On-Call Experience to your personal schedule
3:30pm Mean Time to Sleep: Quantifying the On-Call Experience Ryan Frantz (Etsy), Laurie Denness (Etsy)
Add How to be Great at Operations to your personal schedule
4:15pm How to be Great at Operations Adam Jacob (Chef)
Add Some Simple Math to get Some Signal out of Your Ops Data Noise to your personal schedule
5:00pm Some Simple Math to get Some Signal out of Your Ops Data Noise Toufic Boubez (Metafor Software)
Grand Ballroom ABCD
Add Using Hypermedia APIs to Drive Interactive Mobile Applications to your personal schedule
11:20am Using Hypermedia APIs to Drive Interactive Mobile Applications Benjamin Greenberg (Comcast Interactive Media)
Add How YouTube Performance is Improved in T-Mobile Network to your personal schedule
2:00pm How YouTube Performance is Improved in T-Mobile Network Jie Hui (T-Mobile/QoE Lab), Kevin Lau (T-Mobile), Ankur Jain (Google), Andreas Terzis (Google), Jeff Smith (T-Mobile)
Add The Natives are Getting Restless: A Survey of Native RUM Solutions to your personal schedule
4:15pm The Natives are Getting Restless: A Survey of Native RUM Solutions Buddy Brewer (SOASTA), Cliff Crocker (Akamai)
Grand Ballroom GH
Add Minimum Viable Bureaucracy to your personal schedule
1:15pm Minimum Viable Bureaucracy Laura Thomson (Mozilla Corporation)
Add Kicking Down Silos for Fun and Profit to your personal schedule
2:00pm Kicking Down Silos for Fun and Profit Katherine Daniels (Etsy)
Add The Cultural Implications of Every Major Technology Decision to your personal schedule
3:30pm The Cultural Implications of Every Major Technology Decision Daniel Rabinovich (MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI))
4:15pm TBC
Add From Hero to Zero  to your personal schedule
5:00pm From Hero to Zero Jennifer Davis (Chef)
Grand Ballroom E
Add DevOps by Design, or How APIs and Cats are Both Awesome to your personal schedule
2:00pm DevOps by Design, or How APIs and Cats are Both Awesome Stephen Fishman (CMS Wire), Robert Tanzola (AutoTrader.com), Abelardo Gonzalez (Keynote Systems)
Add Why Application Delivery Belongs in the Cloud to your personal schedule
3:30pm Why Application Delivery Belongs in the Cloud Marc Gaffan (Incapsula)
Add Why You Can't Buy DevOps in a Box to your personal schedule
4:15pm Why You Can't Buy DevOps in a Box John Martin (New Context), Dustin Whittle (AppDynamics)
Grand Ballroom F
Add Dynamic User Experiences for Mobile to your personal schedule
11:20am Dynamic User Experiences for Mobile Desiree Gosby (Intuit)
Add Get Responsive Website Performance with a Dual Sided Architecture to your personal schedule
1:15pm Get Responsive Website Performance with a Dual Sided Architecture Peter Blum (Instart Logic), Mehrdad Reshadi (Instart Logic)
Add The Continuous Delivery Tool Chain: So Many Choices! to your personal schedule
3:30pm The Continuous Delivery Tool Chain: So Many Choices! Mark Sigler (CA Technologies)
Add Measurement Maturity Model to your personal schedule
4:15pm Measurement Maturity Model Rob Peters (EdgeCast Networks)
Add Extreme Velocity: What Enterprises Can Learn from Real-time Bidding to your personal schedule
5:00pm Extreme Velocity: What Enterprises Can Learn from Real-time Bidding Brian Bulkowski (Aerospike), Srini Srinivasan (Aerospike), Geir Magnusson Jr (AppNexus), Ian Campbell (Neustar)
Add Wednesday Opening Welcome to your personal schedule
9:00am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Wednesday Opening Welcome John Allspaw (Etsy), Courtney W. Nash (O'Reilly), Steve Souders (SpeedCurve)
Add Achieving Rapid Response Times in Large Online Services to your personal schedule
9:05am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Achieving Rapid Response Times in Large Online Services Jeff Dean (Google)
Add Performance In Context – Is “Good” Good Enough? to your personal schedule
9:35am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Performance In Context – Is “Good” Good Enough? Ben Rushlo (Keynote Systems Inc.)
Add Exponential Load Testing: Multiply the Power, Multiply the Results to your personal schedule
9:45am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Exponential Load Testing: Multiply the Power, Multiply the Results Saurabh Bajaj (Neustar)
Add Lowering the Barrier to Programming to your personal schedule
9:55am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Lowering the Barrier to Programming Pamela Fox (Khan Academy)
Add Building on a Bedrock of Failure to your personal schedule
10:05am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Building on a Bedrock of Failure Rodney Mullen (Almost Skateboards)
Add Responsive Web Performance in the Wild to your personal schedule
10:15am Lightning Demo
Room: Mission City Ballroom
Responsive Web Performance in the Wild Mark Zeman (SpeedCurve)
Add How to Adapt and Innovate for 2018 to your personal schedule
10:30am Plenary
Room: Mission City Ballroom
How to Adapt and Innovate for 2018 Cheryl Ainoa (Intuit Inc.)
10:45am Morning Break - Sponsored by Keynote
Room: Exhibit Hall
Add Wednesday Lunchtime Birds of a Feather to your personal schedule
12:00pm Lunch - Sponsored by Google
Room: Exhibit Hall
Wednesday Lunchtime Birds of a Feather
2:40pm Afternoon Break - Sponsored by Intuit
Room: Exhibit Hall
8:00am Coffee
Room: Mission City Ballroom Foyer
Add The Chill Zone (Sponsored by Dyn) to your personal schedule
8:00pm Event
Room: Poolside, Hyatt Hotel
The Chill Zone (Sponsored by Dyn)
Add Velocity Celebration  (Sponsored by Instart Logic) to your personal schedule
6:40pm Event
Room: TusCA Courtyard, Hyatt
Velocity Celebration (Sponsored by Instart Logic)
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Performance
Third Party Performance: Don't Let Others Get You Down
Guy Podjarny (Snyk)
Third party components are a part of any modern site: JS libs, analytics, trackers, share buttons, ads. Many components, each adding its performance cost, cause render delays or can effectively take your site down. This isn't your code nor your servers, so what can you do about it? This presentation will answer this question with strategies and tactics for keeping 3rd parties from taking you down.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Performance
Upgrading the Web - Driving Support For New Standards
Jonathan Klein (Attend)
We’ve all heard about the new standards that are being developed to speed up the web - SPDY, WebP, Client Hints, pre-fetching, and more. Unfortunately, support for these technologies is weak across browsers and CDNs, which hamstrings implementation efforts. This talk will quantify the value of these optimizations, and provide a suggested path for driving adoption.
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Performance
GPU and Web UI Performance: Building an Endless 60fps Scroller
Diego Ferreiro (Salesforce)
In this session we will learn with real examples how we can build really complex UI, leveraging all the power of the GPU, manipulating the DOM in a smart and efficient way, and understanding, debugging, and minimizing the browser's rendering lifecycle.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Performance
Look, Ma, No Image Requests!
Pamela Fox (Khan Academy)
In a single day and one code review, we were able to remove 10+ HTTP requests for images from our landing page, and sped up the page load time by more than 2x. This talk looks at the 5 different techniques for removing those images and the tools that made those techniques easier.
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m) Performance
Making Frontend Performance Testing a Part of Continuous Integration - PerfJankie
Parashuram Narasimhan (Microsoft)
Even today, front end developers have to manually check if their website stays smooth; for every single deploy. Does that gradient in CSS make paint slow or the fixed footer make the it janky? Making a site smooth and keeping it that way is hard. Would it not be simpler is this could be automated, and even better if this is a part of a continuous integration process?
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Performance
Lessons Learned from Building a CSS Minifier
Stoyan Stefanov (Facebook)
Minification is among the simplest, most straighforward optimizations you can do to improve performance, by simply reducing the number of bytes you send to the browser. Minifying CSS is even more important because, while JavaScript and images can wait, CSS is directly in the critical path of initial rendering and in the way of making your ever-so-important first impression to the user.
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Operations
Understanding Slowness
Theo Schlossnagle (OmniTI/Circonus)
The more complicated our stacks become, the more difficult it becomes to diagnose slowness. In this session, we'll walk through hands-on techniques to measure and diagnose slowness in complex web applications. We'll dive into an architecture through all of its unsavory layers and emerge covered in muck...and faster.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Operations
Smoke Alarms, Car Alarms, and Monitoring
Dan Slimmon (Exosite)
Borrowing the medical concepts of specificity and sensitivity, Dan will show how deceptive this tradeoff can be. He'll also make the case that putting in the extra effort to minimize both types of falsehoods is necessary and healthy. When the alarm goes off, you shouldn't have to spend precious minutes sniffing for smoke.
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Operations
A Look at Looking in the Mirror: PostMortems
J. Paul Reed (Release Engineering Approaches)
As operational failure becomes more acceptable within our industry, the necessity for holding constructive, actionable postmortems increases. This tutorial will take attendees through postmortem techniques, pitfalls, and tools that they'll be able to take back to their own organizations to learn to run productive postmortems.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Operations
Mean Time to Sleep: Quantifying the On-Call Experience
Ryan Frantz (Etsy), Laurie Denness (Etsy)
Being on call is stressful. You feel like you can't plan anything around your on-call rotation because you never know what to expect. It seems there's more chaff than wheat in those alerts and phantom alerts disturb your sleep. Etsy’s Operations team set out to quantify the on-call experience, identify its pain points, and use those data to make being on call more bearable.
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m) Operations
How to be Great at Operations
Adam Jacob (Chef)
What does it mean to be great at Operations? This talk aims to answer that question, and provide actionable guidance on 12 of the core facets of our complicated profession. If you're new to Operations, this talk will set you off on the right foot - if you're a long time veteran, it's never a bad idea to revisit the fundamentals.
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Operations
Some Simple Math to get Some Signal out of Your Ops Data Noise
Toufic Boubez (Metafor Software)
You’ve set up thousands of metrics collecting millions of data points. Now what? Analyzing this mountain of data is not easy so you keep an eye on just a small fraction of it, or you run some simple analytics that don’t get you much. But there are some basic statistical methods that anyone can implement and they can provide surprisingly valuable insights. In this talk, Toufic will show you some.
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Mobile
Using Hypermedia APIs to Drive Interactive Mobile Applications
Benjamin Greenberg (Comcast Interactive Media)
Hypermedia APIs sound good for mobile development: they can change without breaking old clients, caching is easy, and they promote rapid development. But how do we stay true to hypermedia, minimize round trips, AND keep responses small and cacheable? This session will discuss how and why we built our API the hypermedia way, and how we addressed the needs of the modern mobile app while doing it.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Mobile
Mobile Web Stress: Understanding the Neurological Impact of Poor Performance
Tammy Everts (SOASTA)
Slow pages hurt mobile user metrics, from bounce rate to revenues. At Radware, we wanted to understand the science behind this, so we engaged in the first documented study of the neurological impact of poor performance on mobile users. Your takeaway from this session is hard data that you can use to make a case for investing in mobile performance in your organization.
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Mobile
How YouTube Performance is Improved in T-Mobile Network
Jie Hui (T-Mobile/QoE Lab), Kevin Lau (T-Mobile), Ankur Jain (Google), Andreas Terzis (Google), Jeff Smith (T-Mobile)
This session will give the general background on the challenges unique to mobile networks and how Google and T-Mobile engineers worked together to improve YouTube performance for the mobile customers.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Mobile
What Makes Mobile Websites Tick? How Do We Make Them Faster? Insights from WebPagetest and HTTPArchive
Doug Sillars (AT&T), Andy Davies (NCC Group)
Mobile is taking over the world but yet there’s still a big gulf between the sites that are fast on mobile and the rest. In this session we’ll use data from the HTTP Archive and other sources to examine mobile performance trends, identify sites that are quick, and perhaps more importantly look at what techniques and tricks developers are using to build fast mobile experiences.
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m) Mobile
The Natives are Getting Restless: A Survey of Native RUM Solutions
Buddy Brewer (SOASTA), Cliff Crocker (Akamai)
Do you know as much about the performance of your native application as you do about your wep app? We will review the available solutions for getting insight into mobile.
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Mobile
UA Strings Are Terrible: Adventures in Server-side Device Characterization for Site Performance
Alec Heller (Akamai Technologies Inc)
Is your site optimized for the Home Cooking Appliance Revolution? Are you confident that your front page will render quickly and beautifully on the next-generation web-enabled toaster? Understanding the capabilities of the device requesting your page enables performance improvements that are impossible using solely client-side techniques.
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Culture & Organizational Change
Growing the Site Reliability Team at LinkedIn: Hiring is Hard
Greg Leffler (LinkedIn)
LinkedIn has undergone huge growth in our Site Reliability team in the past year. This talk discusses changes we made to our hiring practices, data based on those changes, and how we screen for and close the best SREs in the industry. We also discuss the use of realistic job previews and the importance of applying standard Industrial Psychology practice to the Engineering hiring process.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Culture & Organizational Change
Minimum Viable Bureaucracy
Laura Thomson (Mozilla Corporation)
As teams grow and projects become more complex, you're going to need a certain amount of process. Or are you? How do you add enough engineering management to be effective without driving engineers crazy?
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Culture & Organizational Change
Kicking Down Silos for Fun and Profit
Katherine Daniels (Etsy)
Devops originated as a movement to break down silos between devs and ops in order to reduce risk, encourage communication, and focus more on core business issues instead of firefighting. But these aren’t the only silos that can exist. At GameChanger we went even farther, moving towards vertical, project-focused teams that greatly improved our ability to deliver both web and mobile features.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Culture & Organizational Change
The Cultural Implications of Every Major Technology Decision
Daniel Rabinovich (MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI))
MercadoLibre (NASDAQ: MELI) was the most successful e-commerce platform in Latin America, but it's monolithic technology was limiting the company's potential. Using concrete examples, MELI's CTO will walk the audience through the process of shaping a new culture with a deep technology overhaul.
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m)
Session
To be confirmed
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Culture & Organizational Change
From Hero to Zero
Jennifer Davis (Chef)
Late night, weekends, and last minute saves. We hero worship the system people critical to operations locking them into knowledge base positions. This detracts from our quest for mastery in the Operations discipline. In this talk, we will explore ways to evolve to minimal intervention service operation.
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Sponsored
Make Your Data Talk: Analytic Techniques for Identifying Hidden Performance Issues
Steve Fox (DELL), Rob Dickinson (DELL)
Most root cause analytics are based on comparisons to baselines, raising the question: why not compare across other dimensions as well or even across multiple dimensions at the same time? We’ve created a statistical approach for identifying the differential patterns in performance data to surface the most likely culprits. Join us to see what’s under the hood in our upcoming APM SaaS Edition.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Sponsored
Caching the Uncacheable: Leveraging Your CDN to Cache Dynamic Content
Hooman Beheshti (Fastly)
In the past, issues around invalidation, staleness, and lack of visibility have prevented us from using CDNs to fully leverage the benefits of caching when it comes to dynamic content. In this session, we'll look at the challenges CDNs face with dynamic content and how you can use programmatic means to fully integrate your applications with a real-time, modern CDN.
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Sponsored
DevOps by Design, or How APIs and Cats are Both Awesome
Stephen Fishman (CMS Wire), Robert Tanzola (AutoTrader.com), Abelardo Gonzalez (Keynote Systems)
This talk takes a look at the journey shifting IT at Autotrader to a design-minded DevOps discipline. We explore the tensions that arise within well-monetized media sites—the constant struggle to serve more ads and other monetized pieces of content (which represent revenue) while finding ways to get milliseconds out of the infrastructure.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Sponsored
Why Application Delivery Belongs in the Cloud
Marc Gaffan (Incapsula)
Traditionally, application delivery solutions were run off physical appliances (controllers) inside the data center, and in many cases they were integrated into a load balancer. With more applications moving to the cloud, load balancers and application delivery controllers are on the move as well. So where are load balancers moving to?
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m) Sponsored
Why You Can't Buy DevOps in a Box
John Martin (New Context), Dustin Whittle (AppDynamics)
Companies will often believe they can buy their way out of technical debt without making any substantial changes. In this session we will discuss the importance of DevOps and give a framework for enabling cultural change inside your organization.
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Sponsored
Leveraging a Cloud Architecture for Fun, Ease, and Profit!
Phil Jackson (SoftLayer)
The world of cloud and application development is not just for the hardened developer these days. In this discussion we will pull back the curtain of the architecture of a fun demo application purpose built for the cloud. We will focus on demonstrating how we leveraged compute, storage, messaging, and other cloud elements hosted at SoftLayer.
11:20am-12:00pm (40m) Mobile, Sponsored
Dynamic User Experiences for Mobile
Desiree Gosby (Intuit)
Learn about Intuit's journey to developing a robust, scalable infrastructure to support 20+ mobile titles and growing. We’ll also share best practices for enabling mobile teams to focus on creating best-in-class mobile experiences.
1:15pm-1:55pm (40m) Sponsored
Get Responsive Website Performance with a Dual Sided Architecture
Peter Blum (Instart Logic), Mehrdad Reshadi (Instart Logic)
Responsive web design offers a compelling solution to deliver a right-sized experience for the wide variety mobile devices in use today but it comes with a heavy performance penalty made worse by congested wireless networks. In this session you will learn about new software based approaches on the backend and client side that let you go responsive with high performance.
2:00pm-2:40pm (40m) Sponsored
Don’t Sell it Short. How to Maximize Load Testing Capacity, Control, and Analysis
Matt Rodriguez (Neustar)
Load testing is more than developing stress and reviewing results. You need access to load testing scale and control that helps you protect the customer experience. This session focuses on how to drive higher-fidelity testing results that can help your team better identify, analyze, and mitigate configuration, application, and performance degradation issues that threatens the customer experience.
3:30pm-4:10pm (40m) Sponsored
The Continuous Delivery Tool Chain: So Many Choices!
Mark Sigler (CA Technologies)
How to assemble an enterprise continuous delivery tool chain.
4:15pm-4:55pm (40m) Sponsored
Measurement Maturity Model
Rob Peters (EdgeCast Networks)
At Verizon EdgeCast, we promise our customers high performance and uptime, and in order to fulfill that promise we rely heavily on measurements and monitoring. We have observed that different measurement data streams often evolve through a common series of stages, which we will present here as a "Measurement Maturity Model".
5:00pm-5:40pm (40m) Sponsored
Extreme Velocity: What Enterprises Can Learn from Real-time Bidding
Brian Bulkowski (Aerospike), Srini Srinivasan (Aerospike), Geir Magnusson Jr (AppNexus), Ian Campbell (Neustar)
Enterprise developers can learn valuable lessons from pioneers in ad-tech. Second only to high frequency trading in low latency, real-time bidding platforms have fewer than 100 milliseconds to win a bid and serve an ad. Learn proven techniques for building a successful system capable of storing context on billions of users and devices and processing queries and updates within a few milliseconds.
9:00am-9:05am (5m)
Wednesday Opening Welcome
John Allspaw (Etsy), Courtney W. Nash (O'Reilly), Steve Souders (SpeedCurve)
Program Chairs, John Allspaw, Courtney Nash, and Steve Souders open the first day of keynotes. More Keynotes to come.
9:05am-9:35am (30m)
Achieving Rapid Response Times in Large Online Services
Jeff Dean (Google)
Today’s large-scale web services provide rapid responses to interactive requests by applying large amounts of computational resources to massive datasets. They typically operate in warehouse-sized datacenters and run on clusters of machines that are shared across many kinds of interactive and batch jobs.
9:35am-9:45am (10m) Sponsored
Performance In Context – Is “Good” Good Enough?
Ben Rushlo (Keynote Systems Inc.)
What does a high performing site look like? When we talk about page load time, is that really applicable to modern sites and pages – that scroll endlessly or lazy load? We’ll talk about what tools, approaches, and frameworks can be used to think about site performance in the context of both the customer’s expectations, the limitation of metrics available, and the competition.
9:45am-9:55am (10m) Sponsored
Exponential Load Testing: Multiply the Power, Multiply the Results
Saurabh Bajaj (Neustar)
In this session, you will hear insights and strategies to employing multi-cloud, multi-region load testing analysis that can help you employ greater testing capacity, add essential flexibility, and deliver high-fidelity results that protect your site – and your customer’s digital experience.
9:55am-10:05am (10m)
Lowering the Barrier to Programming
Pamela Fox (Khan Academy)
As the web gets bigger and more ubiquitous, we will need more programmers and more people understanding programming. How can we do that? I'll share what I've learned from teaching programming to newbies, online at Khan Academy and in-person for women in San Francisco.
10:05am-10:15am (10m)
Building on a Bedrock of Failure
Rodney Mullen (Almost Skateboards)
This talk will focus on open source metaphors from skateboarding, along with Rodney's own perspectives on risk and failure.
10:15am-10:30am (15m)
Responsive Web Performance in the Wild
Mark Zeman (SpeedCurve)
Join us for a snappy series of seven-minute talks on the main stage.
10:30am-10:40am (10m) Sponsored
How to Adapt and Innovate for 2018
Cheryl Ainoa (Intuit Inc.)
Every consecutive four-year interval since 1984 has produced a new disruption, but few companies survive beyond their four-year pinnacle of existence. Cheryl Ainoa, senior vice president, platform development for Intuit, will discuss how to recognize the signs leading up to major disruption and how you and your company can adapt to embrace innovation for the future.
10:45am-11:20am (35m)
Break: Morning Break - Sponsored by Keynote
12:00pm-1:15pm (1h 15m) Event
Wednesday Lunchtime Birds of a Feather
Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions are informal roundtable discussions happening during lunch on Wednesday, June 25 and Thursday, June 26. You can join any BoF table or start your own with a topic of your choice. The BoF sign-up board will be near the Registration area.
2:40pm-3:30pm (50m)
Break: Afternoon Break - Sponsored by Intuit
5:40pm-6:40pm (1h) Event
Exhibit Hall Reception (Sponsored by Limelight Networks)
Join us in the Exhibit Hall on Wednesday, June 25 after sessions for the Velocity Exhibit Hall Reception. Visit the exhibitors, mingle with other attendees, and enjoy great refreshments and drinks.
8:00am-9:00am (1h)
Break: Coffee
8:00pm-10:00pm (2h) Event
The Chill Zone (Sponsored by Dyn)
After a long day at Velocity, come unwind with Dyn! Join us for refreshing cocktails and appetizers Wednesday evening, June 25th at 8pm for a poolside party - right at the Hyatt! Relax in our “Chill Zone” and meet up with Dyn's Industry experts, network with other professionals and enjoy a great live band, because Dyn’s got you covered!
6:40pm-8:00pm (1h 20m) Event
Velocity Celebration (Sponsored by Instart Logic)
We're celebrating our company's high velocity, Silicon Valley style! Mingle with technologists, early adopters, and world-class investors over dinner and cocktails. Join us and celebrate new service capabilities, customer momentum and latest round of funding, and meet our special surprise guest!