Texas Data Fest

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Not a conference. More like a month long celebration.

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For the first time in a decade, we've had to cancel Data Day Texas. Rather than trying to recreate it as a virtual conference, this year we are doing something completely different.

We are inviting presenters - especially first time presenters - to send us proposals for talks, short tutorials, panels, and interviews on current topics in data. Because we won't be constrained by a conference schedule, the content can be any length - whatever works best. If you have two great ideas for talks - send them both.

Each week, our speaker committee will select the most interesting proposals. We'll record them, and then publish the videos on the Texas Data Fest website as well as the DataGeeks.TV YouTube channel. Expect to see the first videos appear in late February.

We are designating October as Texas Data Month.

In October, we'll feature the most highly rated presenters in a month long showcase of featured live sessions, AMAs, and other online events. Think of it not as a conference, but more like an Cannes Film Festival for data. We're still working out the details. Sign up for the event, so you can keep up with the news.


Texas Data Fest is free, but you must register for access to the online sessions and community, as well as be able to vote on the video sessions.


We encourage submissions from especially from members of underrepresented groups. If your submission is accepted, you'll have a video up on YouTube that people can watch whenever they want. You'll have something to add to your speaker's resume.

For the latest news, visit the Texas Data Fest website.

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