Next week is OUCE in Southampton UK, where I'll be presenting on my recent work in time-series storage. I've never been to an OUCE, or Southampton, and I'm really looking forward to it.
Since you get to Southampton via London (from here), and since I haven't been back there in more than a year, I arranged to have a day or two there, and scored an opportunity to talk to the Cassandra London Meetup on Monday.
There is still time to sign up for OUCE, so if you're interested in OpenNMS talks and/or training, and can make your way to Southampton next week, consider doing so.
Unfortunately the meetup has a waiting list, but if you're in the London area and would like to chat Cassandra and/or OpenNMS over a pint, I'm your man.
I had tentatively planned on attending OpenNMS Dev Jam this year, but then I got a new job, and it became mandatory.
The eighth annual Dev Jam will be held June 23-28 at the University of Minnesota.
NP: In Absentia, The Mars Volta
Datastax's yearly Cassandra Summit has grown into a two day event this year, June 11-12 in San Francisco. If you are a user of Cassandra (or are considering it), then you probably want to attend this conference (use code SFSummit25 for 25% off).
I'll be there to present on virtual nodes; Find me if you want to chat about databases, network management, beer, or the Can't Hug Every Cat phenomenon.
NP: The Malkin Jewel, The Mars Volta