BigDataCamp NYC @Strata - Oct 27, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
BigDataCamp takes place the night before the O'Reilly's Strata Conference . We invite all attendees and anyone else interested in Big Data to join us for a lively discussion, finger food, and a frosty beverage or two.
BigDataCamp is an unconference for users of Hadoop and related Big Data technologies to exchange ideas in a loosely distributed format. Led by CloudCamp's Dave Nielsen, attendees are encouraged to share thoughts in open discussions with community-proposed topics, including Lightning Talks & Unconference Sessions.
Data engineers, enterprise architects, developers, analysts, data mining and business intelligence professionals are encouraged to attend and mix with other members of the community.
Location: Co-located with O'Reilly's Strata Conference
New York Hilton
1335 Avenue of the Americas
Murray Hill Suite
New York, NY 10019
Schedule: Sunday, Oct 27, 2013
1:00 pm Registration & Networking
1:30 pm Welcome & Introductions
1:45 pm Lightning Talks (5 minutes each)
- "Your customers are more brutal than you think!" by Joel Horwitz of Alpine Data Labs
- "The impact of bad tools on your data analytics workflow" by Chang She of Datapad.io
- "Rage Against the Black Box: Lessons Learned on the Challenge + Rewards of Radical Transparency" by Jaime Fitzgerald of Fitzgerald Analytics
- "Suits, Hoodies, Elephants, Mainframes" by Jorge Lopez of Syncsort
2:30 pm Breakout Sessions
- "Data & Privacy" by Marc Guldimann of Enliken
- "Intro to Big Data" by Dave Nielsen
- It's an unconference. Propose a topic yourself!
3:15 pm More Breakout Sessions
- "Intro to Map Reduce" by Yuyu Shen
- More to come!
5:00 pm Wrap-up
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BigDataCamp is an unconference for users of Hadoop and related technologies to exchange ideas in a loosely distributed format.