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1. Your name

2. Your email address

3. Your company/organization

4. Your Location

5. Why did you attend NoSQL Live Boston?

6. What is your level of knowledge about NoSQL?

7. What did you think of the conference's technical content?

8. Which NoSQL technologies were you most interested in learning about before NoSQL Live Boston?

9. Which NoSQL technologies are you interested in after attending NoSQL Live Boston?

10. Which NoSQL technologies are you currently using or evaluating?

11. What are you using NoSQL for?

12. Please let us know what you thought of each session.

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Welcome to NoSQL Live (Dwight Merriman)
Crossroads, Inroads, Pitfalls & Bylaws: Peering into NoSQL’s Conceivable Future (Tim Anglade)
Scaling with NoSQL (Bradford Stephens, Mark Atwood, Alex Feinberg, Doug Judd, Ryan King, Ryan Rawson)
NoSQL in the Cloud (Adam Wiggins, Ben Day, Jonathan Ellis, Adam Kocoloski, Daniel Rinehart)
Queries and Views in CouchDB (Alan Hoffman)
MongoDB : Ruby (Les Hill)
Versatile Storage Options with Tokyo Cabinet (Flinn Mueller)
Full-stack JavaScript (Jim Wilson)
Using MongoDB with Groovy (James Williams)
Schema Design with Document-Oriented Databases (Durran Jordan, Paul Davis, Bryan Fink, Eliot Horowitz)
The Evolution of the Graph Data Structure from Research to Production (Marko Rodriguez, Boris Iordanov, Peter Neubauer, Sandro Hawke)
Towards Web Standard for NoSQL (Sandro Hawke)

13. Which NoSQL Labs did you attend?

14. Do you have any feedback on the NoSQL Lab?

15. What is your primary development language?

16. Please give us your opinion of the conference logistics.

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17. Which conference format do you prefer?

18. Which presentation formats do you prefer?

19. How would you be willing to help with future NoSQL Live conferences?

21. Please leave any other comments you may have