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Sep 1-1, 2015
Tanya Schlusser
Webcast: Get ready for the office football pool (using Python)
Here's a simple look at predicting game outcomes and choosing fantasy players using Pandas, Scikit-Learn, and a couple of years of historical data.
Sep 1-1, 2015 Webcast: Reach the Cloud with Big Data and Advanced Analytics
Join Novetta Director of Product Management Jennifer Reed and Amazon Web Services Manager, Solutions Architecture, Camil Samaha to learn how organizations can use their Big Data to answer critical business questions, make data-centric business decisions, inform and analyze targeted marketing campaigns, detect and assess threats and fraud, and analyze risk.
Sep 2-2, 2015
Raymond Camden
Webcast: Static site generators: Why use them and how they work
In this webcast I'll talk about why you would use static site generators, how they work in general, how one (Harp) works in particular, and discuss how to add dynamic aspects back into the static site.
Sep 3-3, 2015
Josh Rosen
Webcast: Deep dive into Project Tungsten: Bring Spark closer to bare metal
In this talk, we will give an update on its progress and dive into some of the technical challenges we are solving.
Sep 3-3, 2015
Ric Messier
Webcast: Preparing for a network incident
In this webcast, Ric Messier will explore: incident response policy, the importance of logging, gathering network data, legality of monitoring, getting some help internally, getting some help externally.
Sep 7-7, 2015
Lee Boonstra
SenchaCon Oslo
The SenchaCon 2015 Roadshow is coming to a city near you. If you're building web apps, you won't want to miss it. We've got exciting news to share that will improve your web app development cycles for years to come. We're merging our Ext JS and Touch frameworks. You'll be able to build all of your web apps using a single framework and deliver a unique user experience for customers…
Forskningsparken, Gaustadalleen 21
Oslo, Norway
Sep 8-8, 2015 Webcast: Putting Your Apple Healthkit or Fitbit Health Data to Work
Join Ian Eslick, Tuhin Sinha, Roger Magoulas and Rob Rustad (moderated by Roger) will share their experience of putting personal health data to work within a regulated hospital IT environment.
Sep 8-8, 2015 Webcast: Why the Open Web Needs Open Finance
We protect the open web because we're passionate about access to information, communication and ideas. What would the world look like if we took the same approach to the financial system?
Sep 9-9, 2015
Lee Boonstra
SenchaCon Copenhagen
The SenchaCon 2015 Roadshow is coming to a city near you. If you're building web apps, you won't want to miss it. We've got exciting news to share that will improve your web app development cycles for years to come. We're merging our Ext JS and Touch frameworks. You'll be able to build all of your web apps using a single framework and deliver a unique user experience for customers…
Copenhagen Island
Kalvebod Brygge 53
Copenhagen, Denmark
Sep 10-10, 2015
Dani Nordin
Webcast: Documenting UX and design for both developers and designers
In this webcast, Harvard Business Review's Senior UX Designer, Dani Nordin, will describe the process we have been working on to document existing design patterns and create a working set of elements that allow both for rapid iteration of design prototypes and implementation of templates in code.
Sep 10-10, 2015 Webcast: Improve Performance of Database-Backed Applications with a Geographically-Distributed Database
In this presentation, you will learn how new database technologies have made it practical to run replicated, active database servers in multiple locations around the world, delivering better performance for online traffic patterns.
Sep 11-11, 2015
Lee Boonstra
SenchaCon Stockholm
The SenchaCon 2015 Roadshow is coming to a city near you. If you're building web apps, you won't want to miss it. We've got exciting news to share that will improve your web app development cycles for years to come. We're merging our Ext JS and Touch frameworks. You'll be able to build all of your web apps using a single framework and deliver a unique user experience for customers…
Drottninggatan 71B
Stockholm, Sweden
Sep 14-14, 2015 Webcast: Introduction to Tachyon and a deep dive into Baidu’s production use case
In this webcast, Haoyuan Li from Tachyon Nexus will present an overview of Tachyon, as well as some recent development and use cases. After that, Shaoshan Liu from Baidu will present their experience with Tachyon.
Sep 15-15, 2015
Yan Cui
Webcast: My adventure with Elm - the functional reactive programming language
In this talk, we will give an update on its progress and dive into some of the technical challenges we are solving.
Sep 16-16, 2015
Sean O Sullivan
Webcast: A tour of the Beacosystem: Proximity and the Beacon ecosystem
This webcast gives a tour of the Beacosystem, and will cover: proximity (vs location), the beacon approach, startups and giants in the beacosystem, and more.
Sep 17-17, 2015 Webcast: The New Database Era: The Convergence of Streaming Analytics with Transactions
During this webcast you will learn the pros and cons of the various approaches used to create fast data applications.
Sep 21-22, 2015
Christopher Schmitt
Content Strategy Summit 2015
Author Christopher Schmitt (HTML5 Cookbook, CSS Cookbook) hosts the virtual content strategy and content management conference, Content Strategy Summit 2015
Online
Sep 22-22, 2015
Abraham Marin-Perez
Webcast: Scaling Continuous Deployment with Maven
This webcast presents ways in which CD can be scaled up so you can keep growing your application without sacrificing quality.
Sep 23-23, 2015 Webcast: A business user’s guide to big data on Hadoop
This webcast will give an overview of deploying Hadoop within the organization as a strategic initiative for business advantage.
Sep 23-23, 2015
Michael Blaha
Michael Blaha speaking at Embarcadero Data University
Ten Common Warehouse Modeling Mistakes Data warehouse modeling is much different than that for day-to-day operational applications. We will explain discuss ten data warehouse modeling mistakes that are important to avoid.
Online
Sep 24, 2015
Tom Greever
Tom Greever at Nashville UX
Tom Greever will be joining us to discuss his new book Articulating Design Decisions. You do not need to have read the book to participate. Every designer has had to justify designs to non-designers, yet most lack the ability to explain themselves in a way that is compelling and fosters agreement. The ability to effectively articulate design decisions is critical to the success of a project, because the most articulate…
RedPepper
305 Jefferson Street
Nashville, TN
Sep 28, 2015 Kaiser Fung: What I Learned from Ten Years as a Datavis Critic
Everyone has an opinion about graphs and charts. “That’s beautiful!” “That’s misleading!” But few people have precise language to describe what they like or don’t like about data visualization. Drawing on ten years producing the Junk Charts blog (http://junkcharts.typepad.com), the premier source of online dataviz criticism, I have developed the Trifecta Checkup framework for appreciating data graphics. This framework also serves a guide for improving one’s charts, as good artists…
Parsons School of Design, Theresa Lang Student Center, Arnhold Hall
55 West 13th Street New York
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Scalable database design for large volumes of data
Kx engineer Fintan Quill will give a demo and answer questions about kdb+, a relational, time-series and columnar database, kdb+, as well as a tightly integrated query language, q, capable of doing aggregations and consolidations on billions of streaming, real time and historical data records.
ThoughtWorks
99 Madison Avenue
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Spark Lightning Night (NYC)
How about an evening of Apache Spark lightning talks during NY Strata Week with all of our Spark friends coming from around the country. Here's who is on the dance card so far: Imran Rashid (Spark committer) on Spark Applications Kostas Sakellis (Spark contributor) on Spark Operations Romain Rigaux (Hue committer) on Spark End users Doing something cool with Apache Spark that you'd like to share with the community? Send…
TBA
Mid-town!
NY, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Startup Showcase at Strata + Hadoop World
Startup Showcase returns to Strata + Hadoop World this fall in New York. It’s a chance to see the latest up and coming data startups and mingle with investors, journalists, and attendees from the biggest event in data.
Javits Center
655 W 34th St
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Resolving Transactional Access/Analytic Performance Trade-offs in Apache Hadoop
This New York Hadoop User Group talk will investigate the trade-offs between real-time transactional access and fast analytic performance from the perspective of storage engine internals. We will discuss recent advances from academic literature and commercial systems, evaluate benchmark results from current generation Hadoop technologies, and propose potential ways ahead for the Hadoop ecosystem to conquer its newest set of challenges. Speaker: Todd Lipcon is a Software Engineer at Cloudera…
AWS Pop-Up Loft
350 West Broadway
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Best Practices for PySpark
PySpark (the component of Spark that allows users to write their code in Python) has grabbed the attention of Python programmers who analyze and process data for a living. The appeal is obvious: you don't need to learn a new language, and you still have access to modules (pandas, nltk, statsmodels, etc.) that you are familiar with, but you are able to run complex computations quickly and at scale using…
Work-Bench
110 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Impala Lightning Talks at Strata + Hadoop World NYC 2015
After the customary libations we'll proceed with a trio of Lightning Talks: Talk 1: Using Impala as a Service Backend: What We’ve Learned (20 mins) Chris Ingrassia, Senior Director Engineering, Collective Impala clearly has value as a SQL-on-Hadoop tool for performing analysis and running ad-hoc queries over the data you already have in Hadoop, but what happens when you take the plunge and try to hook part of a service…
Collective
229 West 43rd Street
New York, NY,
Sep 29, 2015 Lightning Talks & Using Python at Scale for Data Science
While Python is a de-facto language for modern data engineering and data science, Python development has been confined to local data processing—thereby limiting its users to smaller data sets. Historically, to address bigger data workloads, Python developers have had to extract samples or aggregates, forcing compromises in data fidelity, adding ETL costs, and ultimately leading to a loss of productivity and addressable use cases. Ibis, a new open source data…
TBD
TBD
New York, NY,
Sep 30-30, 2015 Webcast: Building maintainable software for sustainable business growth: 8 best practices
This webcast will show you concrete steps that you and your team can take towards creating maintainable software.
Oct 1-1, 2015
Kevin Old
Webcast: Integrating React.js and Flux into an existing Enterprise Application
Using the latest build tools we will explore how to incorporate React.js and Flux into an existing large Ruby on Rails application.
Oct 2, 2015 DataPoint NYC 2015
Inspired by DataGotham, DataPoint is New York City's own data science community conference. The event will encompass intense discussion, networking, and the sharing of data wisdom across traditional industry barriers. A social and networking function will follow the full day of conference talks. Speakers include eminent figures including Chief Science Officer at AIG to Chief Technology Officer of NYC, as well as best projects hand-picked from submitted abstracts. Apply today…
Google, NYC
111 8th Avenue
New York, NY,
Oct 5-5, 2015
Michael Blaha
Data Modeler 2020 -- Future of Data Modeling Panel
Five of the top leaders in data management will be answering your questions on the future of data modeling during their Data Modeler 2020 keynote on Monday at Data Modeling Zone.
Carolina Inn
211 Pittsboro Street
Chapel Hill, NC
United States of America
Oct 5, 2015
Tom Greever
Articulating Design Decisions book discussion
OnlineUrbana, IL
Oct 5, 2015
Tom Greever
Tom Greever at Chambana UX
Tom Greever will be joining us to discuss his new book Articulating Design Decisions. You do not need to have read the book to participate. Every designer has had to justify designs to non-designers, yet most lack the ability to explain themselves in a way that is compelling and fosters agreement. The ability to effectively articulate design decisions is critical to the success of a project, because the most articulate…
Flying Machine Coffee
208 W Main
Urbana, IL
Oct 6-7, 2015
David Powers
David Powers workshop at Adobe MAX
Author David Powers (Up to Speed with PHP 7) presents "Creating a Responsive Web Page with Dreamweaver CC", a hands-on workshop showing how to use Dreamweaver CC 2015 to build responsive web pages with Bootstrap.
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA
United States of America
Oct 6-6, 2015
Michael Blaha
Michael Blaha presenting Advanced SQL Queries
Advanced SQL Queries SQL is underutilized in software development. Way too many developers think there is nothing to SQL but store and retrieve. This session will explain the motivations for using advanced SQL. The session will present business situations where we have used advanced SQL queries. For example, we often write meta-SQL, SQL code that generates SQL code. For one project we read an ERwin data dictionary and with meta-SQL…
Carolina Inn
211 Pittsboro Street
Chapel Hill, NC
United States of America
Oct 7-7, 2015
James Bond
Evolution of Hybrid Cloud, Open Source, and DevOps @ Homeland Security Week Conference
The Evolution to Open Source and Cloud Native Application Development in a Hybrid Cloud World Federal government mandates continue to push for data center consolidation and shared service solutions that avoid vendor lock-in, simplify building cloud environments, and support existing application workload consolidation to the cloud. Enterprises are using private, public, and hybrid services to get elastic and fast access to development environments, while open source initiatives such as HP…
Sheraton Pentagon City (Arlington VA)
900 S Orme St
Arlington, VA
United States of America
Oct 8-8, 2015
Jennifer Kahnweiler
Webcast: Quiet influence: The New Wave of leadership
Learn how to implement the Quiet Influence Process and make the most of six natural strengths.
Oct 20-20, 2015 Webcast: Design Sprint: A fast start to creating a great digital product
In this webcast, you'll learn both why and how Design Sprints work and how you can use Design Sprints to enhance your own design process.
Oct 26, 2015
Tom Greever
Tom Greever at Amsterdam UX
Tom Greever will be joining us to discuss his new book Articulating Design Decisions. You do not need to have read the book to participate.  Every designer has had to justify designs to non-designers, yet most lack the ability to explain themselves in a way that is compelling and fosters agreement. The ability to effectively articulate design decisions is critical to the success of a project, because the most articulate…
OnlineAmsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 28-28, 2015
Albert Sweigart
Webcast: Automate boring keyboard and mouse tasks with Python GUI
In this webcast, Al Sweigart covers the Python GUI automation techniques described in his latest book, Automate the Boring Stuff with Python.
Nov 3-6, 2015
Doug Sillars
Doug Sillars at Oredev
Author Doug Sillars will present 2 talks at Oredev in Malmo Sweden in November 2015 on mobile security and performance.
Malmo, Sweden
Nov 4-4, 2015
Alex Pinto
Webcast: Secure Because Math? Challenges on Applying Machine Learning to Security
This presentation will describe how information security is a different problem and the challenges intrinsic to this specific field that many first entrants seem to ignore.
Nov 11-11, 2015
Yang Li
Webcast: Apache Kylin from eBay: Extreme OLAP engine for Hadoop
Assuming an IoLT for our bodies is feasible, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique and why would we elect to participate in this seemingly Orwellian mistake?
Dec 9-9, 2015
Natalino Busa
Webcast: How to build an anomaly detection engine with Spark, Akka and Cassandra
This webcast presents a solution for streaming anomaly detection: "Coral". The Coral system is composed of three elements: a machine learning module, an event processing scoring module, and a data store that is implemented using Spark, Akka, and Cassandra, respectively.