Silicon Valley Code Camp
This weekend (October 11th and 12th) Delphix is co-sponsoring Silicon Valley Code Camp (SVCC). SVCC is a yearly event for the technical community here in silicon valley, with over 200 talks being given over the course of the weekend.
Best of all (well, actually second best, since the tech content is the best part!) is there is no charge to attend the talks. (However, you need to register now while spaces are available!) The diversity of talks at SVCC is vast, and I know each time I've gone I've come away with some great new ideas of ways to do things and awareness of new technologies that I wouldn't necessarily have known of otherwise.
This year, Delphix will have a booth at SVCC, so you can also come by and see some of our technology and talk with some of us about the company and what we do. Please come by and say "hi!" In addition, on Sunday morning I'll be giving a talk about some of the design patterns we use for communicating between our various clients and and our virtualization engine (sneak peak: we'll be open sourcing some of the technology we use for this in the next few days).
I'm excited about this because I think some of the patterns we use are very powerful, easy to implement, and should be in your repertoire of design tools when crafting communication protocols between clients and servers.