Registration is now open for the BaseSpace Developer’s Meeting in San Francisco, CA on December 9, 2013. This free, one-day forum is a great opportunity for both experienced and novice developers to network, exchange ideas, and learn more about the world’s most widely used cloud-based bioinformatics platform for next-generation sequencing. As with the first Developer’s Meeting in Boston, participants will use the new Native App Engine to launch their own bioinformatics apps in BaseSpace.
Why develop for BaseSpace? Because 90% of the world’s next-gen sequencing data is produced on Illumina instruments, and your novel algorithms, open-source tools, and applications for BaseSpace users can directly impact the growth of genomic research. In short, you can change the way the world analyzes genomic data.
Keynote: BaseSpace: Leveraging the Cloud to Eliminate the Bioinformatics Bottleneck
Alex Dickinson, Senior Vice President, Cloud Genomics, Illumina, Inc.
The BaseSpace Ecosystem: A Growing Opportunity for End Users and Developers
Scott Kahn, Chief Information Officer, Illumina, Inc.
BaseSpace Apps — Is One Enough?
D. Matthew Landry, CEO DxEngine/CTO, Biomatters Ltd.
New BaseSpace App Developer Experience
Zayed Albertyn, P.h.D., Co-Founder and Bioinformatics Director, NovoCraft Technologies
Rapid App Development with BaseSpace: Hello World! App — Developed in Two Days
Scott Markel, Ph.D., Principal Bioinformatics Architect, Accelrys
Developer to Developer — How the BaseSpace Architecture Makes it Easy to Develop and Launch Apps
Greg Roberts, Development Leader, BaseSpace, Illumina, Inc.
Hands-on Workshop – How to Build an App for That
Will be followed by a Networking Reception
Date: Monday 9 December, 2013, 8:00-6:00 PM PT
Location: JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square
515 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA
Got a killer NGS app? Enter your original idea and win an iPad mini at the conference!