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Last year’s Velocity conference was amazing, so naturally New Relic is participating again this year. This gathering features some of the most knowledgeable experts in web performance.

Velocity 2013

Once again, we’ll kick off the event with an ‘Optimized Breakfast‘ on Tuesday morning (June 18) with our COO Chris Cook, where you can hear company news and meet the New Relic team. Sign up here — seats are limited. If you’re not an early riser, then come network with us at our happy hour from 6:30-9pm Wednesday in our room at the convention center!

Then, join us for Office Hours on Wednesday. Meet New Relic’s Senior Director of Product Management Patrick Lightbody and Software Development Lead Bill Kayser at 1:15pm in Exhibit Hall 1. This is a great opportunity to talk with them about visualization techniques. Sign up now to make sure you get in!

And don’t miss our presentations! Here’s the lineup of what we have in store for you.

* Tuesday, June 18 – ‘Choose Your Weapon: A Survey for Different Visualizations of Performance Data‘ with New Relic’s Bill Kayser and Patrick Lightbody
* Thursday, June 20 (10:30am) – ‘It’s 10pm. Do you know where your code is?‘ with Patrick Lightbody.
* Thursday, June 20 (2pm) — ‘Surveying the RUM Landscape‘ with Patrick Lightbody (New Relic), Ilya Grigorik (Google), Buddy Brewer (SOASTA), and Jon Fox (Torbit).

For a full program list, see the Velocity site.

It’s not too late to get your ticket – join us at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, CA. We’ll be at booth #309. We look forward to seeing you there! Come get your Nerd Life t-shirt and don’t forget: conference participants can get our New Relic Pro free for 30 days.

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