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Building a Faster, Stronger Web
September 15–17, 2014
New York, New York
“Feel like I’ve learned more in 3 days than the last 3 years!”
–Jason Vaughan, SRE at Fortune 500 Retailer

Velocity in New York Is a Wrap

Keynote sessions were live-streamed and recorded September 16-17.
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Conference Highlights

Session Comments

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Scott Meyer commented on This is Your Website on Tags
Thanks Emily and Norm for a great presentation!

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Gal Tunik commented on Building a Device Lab
Hey guys, great presentation and content, my favorite session in Velocity NY. Will the slide deck be available? Gal.

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Featured Speakers

Velocity gets better every year. Truly the best conference in the industry. Learned a ton and already looking forward to next year."
–@micahlmartin, via Twitter
I come to Velocity for ideas—and I have never been disappointed."
–Sergei Koren, Systems architect, LivePerson, Inc.
I was really blown away by the quality of speakers and attendees."
–Mark Jaffe, Sr. Build & Release Engineer, Rovi Corporation

Velocity is unlike any other technical conference on the planet.

It's an experience that will cause you to look at your work, the technologies you use, and your organization in completely new ways.

It's the conference where the big ideas around DevOps, web operations, web performance, and mobile explode into being. You'll hear from the best speakers in the industry. You'll take part in sessions that range from highly technical (hardcore math and statistics), to practical (demonstrations of monitoring, clustering, and analytics), to cultural (let's break down the silos and move ahead). Some will blow your mind.

Velocity draws attendees from Fortune 500 companies to the newest, most exciting startups, all coming together for a legendary learning and networking experience.

A faster, stronger web is no longer an option; it's an expectation. And that's just the beginning.

Help Us Support Technology and Diversity

Ladies who Code

To help support technology education and diversity, while Velocity registration is open, we're raising funds for Ladies Who Code, a language-agnostic group that provides a forum for women who love to code to connect, hack, ask questions, and share ideas. We ask that you consider joining us in supporting this worthy organization by making a modest donation when you sign up. O'Reilly Media will match those donations at the end of the conference.

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