The main topic will of course be NSO 6.0 and the performance improvements that we are announcing. I wrote a blog post on the topic to explain what we have done under the hood and how that impacts parallelism and transaction throughput. At the event, we plan to go much deeper and provide hands-on coding sessions to really show you, what you can do, to get the most out of it.
Regardless if you can join the event or not I hope that we will have lots of interesting discussions on the forum on how to optimize code for maximum throughput. Once you have downloaded NSO 6.0 and tested it, let us know how it goes and invite the community to collaborate.
To warm up and learn more about the release, listen to the Packet Pushers podcast with Nils Petter Tisell, Viktor Lejon, and Omar Sultan or read the "What is New in NSO" guide. In the guide, you will find the chapter "NSO Concurrency Model". If that is not enough you can revisit the dedicated sessions on the new concurrency model from Automation Developer Days in Stockholm in May.