Berlin Buzzwords BarCamp on June 3, 2012

The Berlin Buzzwords BarCamp is back for our third year! Come along again for great discussions and knowledge sharing with your fellow attendees, on topics like Searching, Storing and Scaling. This time at a new venue in Berlin!

In keeping with the main Berlin Buzzwords conference, we're going to be focusing on similar themes. The overriding theme of the evening is NoSQL, with a side order of Search. Especially talks and discussions on using NoSQL in new areas, NoSQL comparisons (e. g. which is the best project to different content problems?), deploying NoSQL – case studies and war stories and also searching – Apache Lucene + SOLR tips and tricks.

The BarCamp takes place on Sunday, June 3, 2012 at c-base from 5:00pm until 9:30pm (registration starts at 4:30pm). Berlin Buzzwords BarCamp is sponsored by 10gen and Alfresco!

10gen develops and supports MongoDB, the open source, high-performance, document oriented database. 10gen helps support the MongoDB open source community along with the growing number of companies and projects that have been built on or have integrated with MongoDB.

Alfresco was founded in 2005 by John Newton and is the leading open source alternative for enterprise content management (ECM). It couples the innovation of open source with the stability of a true enterprise-class platform.

Check out the BarCamp wiki page for more information and to sign up!

BarCamps are a kind of "un-conference", where the schedule isn't decided until the day, and is based on those who attend. Everyone is welcome and everyone can participate in a variety of ways.