Posted on — 26 September 2019

GoDataFest 2019

For the third consecutive year, GoDataDriven proudly presents: GoDataFest.

GoDataFest is a week-long celebration of the latest and greatest technology for data-driven organizations, including open-source tools and leading technology providers like Amazon Web Services, Databricks, and Google Cloud Platform.

 

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What Do Attendees Say?

“Venue is great, food was perfect.”

“Easy to reach, communication was good, food was excellent, chairs could’ve been a bit more comfortable.”

“I really liked the variety of all the sessions, and the audience. It was great the speakers did not shy away from showing code/live coding and demonstrations.”

“The sessions provided me with practical experience in working with Google Cloud. Very concrete pointers on implementing Cloud Compose and Dataproc in my company.”

A Celebration of Data Technology

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Get an overview of the latest and greatest in data technology: from cloud services to streaming real-time analytics and machine learning packages.

Listen to success stories from leading enterprises, go hands-on in one of the training sessions, work with your peers during a workshop and meet some new friends at one of the meetups. 

The Latest Data Tech Innovations

Leading tech companies, like AWS, Databricks, and Google, each host an entire day to share their latest innovations. One day is dedicated entirely to open-source.

Feel free to mix-and-match activities to create your ultimate and personal data festival. Make sure to register directly, as seats are limited.

What to Expect?

Here’s a few of the highlights (more to be added soon):

Monday, October 28 (AWS)

Register for AWS sessions
  • Elastic Kubernetes Service
  • Machine Learning Industrialization
  • Revving up with Reinforcement Learning
  • DeepRacer
More info >>

Wednesday, October 30 (Databricks

Thursday, October 31 (Google Cloud)

Register for GCP sessions

  • From cloudy to the cloud with Mollie
  • Serverless

Friday, November 1 (Open-Source)

  • Productionizing Machine Learning
  • Implementing JPEG in Python

More info >>

Some More Feedback from Participants

“The BigQuery demonstration of querying a huge set convinced me that it’s a technology we should consider for our data warehouse.”

“Divolte might work for us.

“Tensorflow really interesting scalable product.”

“Usability of airflow & Tensor flow for non AI/ML problems.”

Register Today >>

 

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