The best minds in data will gather in London this November for the O'Reilly Strata Conference to learn, connect, and explore the complex issues and exciting opportunities brought to business by big data, data science, and pervasive computing.
The future belongs to those who understand how to collect and use their data successfully. And that future happens at Strata.
Strata Conference is where big data's most influential business decision makers, strategists, architects, developers, and analysts gather to shape the future of their businesses and technologies. If you want to tap into the opportunity that big data presents, you want to be at Strata.
At Strata, you'll:
Strata Conference delivers the nuts-and-bolts foundation for building a data-driven business—the latest on the skills, tools, and technologies you need to make data work—alongside the forward-looking insights and ahead-of-the-curve thinking O'Reilly is known for.
At Strata, you'll find:
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We don't say this to brag. We say it to make a point: we're not easily hypnotized by hype. We've seen the bubbles build and burst. For over three decades, we've been tapping into a deep network of alpha geeks and thought leaders to recognize the truly disruptive technologies amidst the fluff. So when we invest in a conference, we're not just following the hype, we're committed to creating a community around an issue we believe is transformative.
O'Reilly's conferences forge new ties between industry leaders, raise awareness of technology issues we think are interesting and important, and crystallize the critical issues around emerging technologies. Understanding these emerging technologies—and how they will transform the way we do business—has never been more crucial. If you want to understand the challenges and opportunities wrought by big data, you'll want to attend Strata.
What previous Strata Conference attendees have said:
“In a crowded market place of "Big Data" conferences, Strata has firmly established itself as the place where you go to meet people who think and do data science.”
“One of the most valuable events to advance my career.”
“Everyone in big data is there”
“A must for anyone who wants a peek into the future of Big Data."
“There was a palpable sense of excitement in the air. Obviously most of the attendees were already ‘data’ aficionados, but it's clear that ‘data’ in various forms is on the radar for governments, large corporations, and the developer communities.”
“There were all the techie bits to delight the geek heart but apart from that there were plenty of presentations on topics and products that were just amazing and eye opening.”
“As an event it is almost perfect for me; a group of like-minded interested people come together and enjoy deep and meaningful conversations about the industry.”
“There was a lot to like...two days of inspirational, eye-opening, even slightly terrifying keynotes...Bring on Strata 2013!”
“There is no doubt that the conference is a great magnet for top big data talent and that it has served well the needs of its audience, hungry for inspiring content on the latest and greatest big data and data science developments.”
“...an amazing event with the latest and greatest of the big data community dropping knowledge and taking names”
The O'Reilly Strata Conference is for developers, data scientists, data analysts, and other data professionals, including:
is program chair for Strata and the O'Reilly Open Source Convention. A technologist and writer, he also leads the design and implementation of conference software at O'Reilly. Edd was the editor of XML.com for many years, and program chair for the XML Europe and XTech conferences.
Kaitlin is the director of the Mozilla Science Lab, a new open science initative at Mozilla to help researchers use the power of the web to change science’s future. She’s previously worked at Digital Science, a technology company out of Macmillan Publishers, as well as Creative Commons, where she managed their science program. She also advises the UK government on digital technology and data-intensive science and business, and is on the board of DataKind UK. You can follow her at @kaythaney.
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