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ThingMonk 2017 – Digital Twin, Scale and Data

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ThingMonk 2017 is fast approaching, and the conference agenda is now up. The line-up this year is truly exceptional, with talks by Internet of Things experts from all corners of the technology landscape. Running through the entire conference are the themes of scale, data and digital twins.

With talks such as Juan Perez of Microsoft on Digital Twins: From Zero to Cloud Scale; Sarah Copper, GM of IoT Services at AWS on Reducing Dimensionality in IoT Data and Analytics; Abby Kearns, Executive Director of Cloud Foundry on Makers of Marvels; and Johan Stokking, CTO of The Things Network on Conquering Scaling Challenges in IoT, we want to provoke thoughtful conversation and discussion about where the Internet of Things is going and the challenges ahead.

ThingMonk kicks off on September 11th with a series of talks from our friends at The Eclipse Foundation. In the afternoon, we have hands on coding workshops from our friends at Microsoft and IBM, followed by an evening of writing code. Join in with the workshops, or just bring along your own projects – there will be plenty of people around to chat and code with.

The main conference gets going on September 12th, with a very respectable 10:30AM start time. You can register from 9:30, and as always at ThingMonk we have astoundingly good coffee lined up from one of London’s best baristas. Talks run through until 5:30, followed by drinks, dinner and conversation into the evening. We get started again on September 13th at 10:30AM, finishing at 5:30 in the evening.

ThingMonk is known as a conference without hockey curves, hyperbole or futurists. Instead you will get insightful talks from the people that are creating the next industrial revolution. Come join us on September 11th to the 13th in London.

Tickets are on sale now.

Disclaimers: Microsoft, AWS, IBM and Cloud Foundry Foundation are current RedMonk clients.



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