Strata New York 2011 Schedule

Below is the preliminary schedule for Strata Conference New York. We'll be confirming more sessions and adding them to this schedule in the coming weeks.

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Thursday, 09/22/2011

8:45am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Edd Dumbill (Silicon Valley Data Science), Alistair Croll (Solve For Interesting)
Opening remarks by the Strata program chairs, Edd Dumbill and Alistair Croll. Read more.

9:00am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Rachel Sterne (City of New York)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
From hackathons to API-enabled civic data, learn how New York City government is evolving thanks to deeper engagement with the technology community. Read more.

9:15am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Jon Jenkins (NASA)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
The Kepler Mission began its science observations just over two years ago on May 12, 2009, initiating NASA’s first search for Earth-like planets. Initial results and light curves from Kepler are simply breath-taking, including confirmation of the first unquestionable rocky planet, Kepler-10b, and Kepler-11b, a system of 6 transiting planets orbiting one Sun-like star. Read more.

9:30am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Elissa Fink (Tableau Software)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
Sometimes the hardest part about making a viz is knowing where to start. Check out the winning vizzes from the Strata/Tableau Data Visualization Contest and get inspired to create your own beautiful visualizations. Read more.

9:35am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Jer Thorp (The New York Times)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
In this presentation, Jer Thorp will discuss his work with names--designing an arrangement algorithm for the 9/11 Memorial in Manhattan. He’ll walk through collaborative processes, admit to a series of failures and ultimately show how humans and software can combine to solve extraordinary problems. Read more.

9:50am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Randy Lea (Teradata Corporation)
Average rating: *....
(1.00, 1 rating)
This session will show you how you can bring the science of data to the art of business and empower more business users and analysts to operationalize insights and drive results. Read more.

10:00am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
John Rauser (Pinterest)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 4 ratings)
Quantitative Engineer? Business Intelligence Analyst? Data Scientist? The data deluge has come upon us so quickly that we don't even know what to call ourselves, much less how to make a career of working with data. This talk examines the critical traits that lead to success by looking back to what may be the first act of data science. Read more.

10:15am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Gramercy Suite
Break sponsored by Media-Science (25m)

10:40am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
In Practice
Location: Sutton North
Jon Jenkins (NASA)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
The Kepler spacecraft launched on March 7, 2009, initiating NASA's first search for Earth-size planets orbiting Sun-like stars, with stunning results after being on the job for just over two years. Designing and building the Kepler science pipeline software that processes and analyzes the resulting data to make the discoveries presented a daunting set of challenges. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Tyler Bell (Factual), Leo Polovets (Factual)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Factual creates canonical reference sets of 40 million entities from over 2.5 billion fragmentary inputs. This talk explains the Hadoop-based science of our approach combined with what we believe to be a necessary art -- the application of domain-specific knowledge -- in creating pragmatic data services. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Hjalmar Gislason (DataMarket)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Statistics, math and data analysis would easily make most people's "Top 10 Most Boring Topics" list. But an effective data visualization can bring new insights, raise awareness and tell a great story. We want to share our insights from efforts to enable data visualizations on top of massive amounts of data, explore good - and bad - examples and share some of the tools and techniques we use. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Jonathan Ellis (DataStax)
The Apache Cassandra database has added many new enterprise features this year based on the real-world needs of companies like Twitter, Netflix, Openwave, and others building massively scalable systems. This talk will focus on the shift to real-time data driven applications and what that means and why Cassandra is ideal for today’s enterprise data applications. Read more.

11:30am

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
John Lucker (Deloitte)
Analytics projects are often bedeviled – or simply stopped in their tracks – by challenges emanating from organizational culture, misunderstanding of statistical concepts, and discomfort with probabilistic reasoning. This talk will provide a number of case studies and offer practical tips for achieving organizational buy-in. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
You’ve collected a ton of data and your team is busily crunching numbers and coming to conclusions... but are they the right ones? You can only know with the right context and you can’t get context working in a silo. We invite you to bring the rest of the world into your data warehouse. Don’t worry, it’ll add more value than it takes and instead of working on the data, you can work on your vision. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Alastair Dant (Guardian News and Media)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
Widespread reaction to the recent phone hacking story prompted the Guardian to capture and visualize Twitter traffic during key events. Find out how we produced interactive interfaces that enable readers to make sense of over 1.5 million tweets in a few minutes. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Tasso Argyros (Teradata Aster)
This session will explore a new class of analytic platforms and technologies such as SQL-MapReduce® which bring the science of data to the art of business. Read more.

12:10pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Rhinelander Gallery
Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions provide face to face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. BoFs can be organized for individual projects or broader topics (best practices, open data, standards). BoF topics are entirely up to you. Sign up on site to lead a conversation during lunch on Thursday, September 22. Read more.

1:40pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Joseph Adler (Interana, Inc.)
One of the best ways to use data is for marketing purposes: to help deliver the most relevant products to your customers. This talk will describe LinkedIn's approach to marketing: the philosophy behind our marketing efforts, the way that we use data, and the technical systems that we use to do personalized marketing at scale. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Moderated by:
Daniel Tunkelang (LinkedIn)
Panelists:
Andrew Hogue (Foursquare), Breck Baldwin (Alias-i), Evan Sandhaus (New York Times), Wlodek Zadrozny (IBM)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
Structured search improves the search experience through the identification of entities and their relationships in documents and queries. This panel will explore the current state of structured and semi-structured search, as well as exploring the open problems in an area that promises to revolutionize information seeking. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Readers and preparers of graphs: Learn to recognize and avoid some common graphical mistakes to understand your data better and make better decisions from data. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Steve Jackson (Thomson Reuters)
Learn how Thomson Reuters manages and processes a variety of very large and diverse data sources to quickly publish timely, trusted, and relevant information to their clients. Read more.

2:30pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Jeremy Howard (Kaggle)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 2 ratings)
'Crowdsourcing big data' might sound like a randomly generated selection of buzz words, but it turns out to represent a powerful leap forward in the accuracy of predictive analytics. This session will explore the reasons why this is the case, using case studies from the fields of astronomy, sports ratings systems and tourism forecasting. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Elizabeth Charnock (Cataphora)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
Experts say that there is no such thing as clean data, yet every day critical decisions are being made based on electronic data. Elizabeth Charnock, author of E-Habits, will discuss how to make decisions based on digital character, and not on individual bits or bytes. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Irene Ros (Bocoup)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
This talk will introduce the concept of "responsible data visualization" in the context of two distinct uses: exploration and narrative. Using personal and industry examples to show best and worst practices in each approach, this talk will offer practical suggestions to bringing data visualization into one's data workflow. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Lee Feinberg (DecisionViz)
Gaining Adoption Through Data Visualization Read more.

4:10pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Bill Schmarzo (EMC Consulting)
“Big data” provides the opportunity to combine new, rich data sources in novel ways to discover business insights. How do you use analytics to exploit this data so that it will yield real business value? Learn a proven technique that ensures you identify where and how big data analytics can be successfully deployed within your organization. Case study examples will demonstrate its use. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
In this session we'll discuss strategies for building agile big-data clouds that make it much faster and easier for data scientists to discover, provision and analyze data. We'll discuss where and how new technologies (both vendor and OSS) fit into this model. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Scott Nicholson (Poynt)
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 3 ratings)
Economists utilize a data analysis toolkit and intuition that can be very helpful to Data Scientists. In particular, econometric methods are quite useful in disentangling correlation and causation, a use case not well-handled by standard machine learning and statistical techniques. This session will cover examples of econometric methods in action, as well as other economics-related insights. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Amr Awadallah (Cloudera, Inc.)
Dr. Amr Awadallah, CTO at Cloudera, illustrates how Apache Hadoop is changing the business intelligence data stack, and how the evolving architecture delivers advanced capabilities for solving key business challenges. By enabling the complete value to be derived from both unstructured and structured data, organizations are able to ask and get answers to previously un-addressable big questions. Read more.

5:00pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Abhishek Mehta (Tresata)
How the core principles of Hadoop address the core problems in banking … and will lead to a transformation of an industry in need of one. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Paul Brown (Paradigm4 Inc.)
The science and commercial worlds share requirements for a high performance informatics platform to support collection, curation, collaboration, exploration, and analysis of massive datasets. SciDB is an open source analytical database that provides better analytical performance than relational databases as well as supports key features such as provenance and versioning. Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Data
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Monica Rogati (Jawbone)
How do data infrastructure, insights and products change when your user base grows by orders of magnitude? Read more.
Thursday, 09/22/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Jim Falgout (Pervasive Software)
Telecom network switches, network servers and other equipment generate and store large amounts of data every day. The data is mainly used for billing and network operations, If utilized fully, this data can have an enormous impact on network operations and overall profitability. Read more.

5:40pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Gramercy Suite
Join us in the immediately following sessions at Strata Conference. Have a drink or two, network with other Conference attendees, and visit our Sponsors who are innovating in the data space. Read more.

6:40pm

Thursday, 09/22/2011
Location: Sutton Parlor Foyer
Join us after the Attendee Reception on Thursday, September 22 for the Strata Mini Maker Faire - a gallery of interactive, sensor-laden projects and robots. Read more.

Friday, 09/23/2011

8:45am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Alistair Croll (Solve For Interesting), Edd Dumbill (Silicon Valley Data Science)
Opening remarks by the Strata program chairs, Alistair Croll and Edd Dumbill. Read more.

8:50am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Jake Porway (DataKind), Drew Conway (IA Ventures)
Data scientists and technology companies are rapidly recognizing the immense power of data for drawing insights about their impact and operations, yet NGOs and non-profits are increasingly being left behind with mounting data and few resources to make use of it. Read more.

9:05am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Mark Madsen (Third Nature)
The first person to conceive of something is usually not the first. They're the first to re-conceive at a point where the current technology caught up to someone else's idea. We're at a point today where many old ideas are being reinvented. Hear why looking to the past, beyond your core field of interest, is worthwhile. Read more.

9:20am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Richard Merkin (Heritage Provider Network)
Dr. Richard Merkin, President and CEO of Heritage Provider Network, is pleased to announce the winner of the first $3 million dollar Heritage Health Progress Prize. Read more.

9:25am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Anne Wright (CMU)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
The BodyTrack Project is building tools, both technological and cultural, to empower more people to embrace an "investigator" role in their own lives Read more.

9:40am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Ken Bado (MarkLogic)
Average rating: *....
(1.00, 2 ratings)
Big Data is more than just volume and velocity. MarkLogic CEO Ken Bado will address why complexity is the key gotcha for organizations trying to outflank their competition by managing Big Data in real time. Learn how winners today are using MarkLogic to manage the complexity of their unstructured information to drive revenue and results. Read more.

9:45am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Hilary Mason (Accel Partners)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 2 ratings)
The flow of data across the social web tells us what people, around the world, are paying attention to at any given moment. Understanding this flow is both a mathematical and a human problem, as we develop and adapt techniques to find stories in the data. Come hear about the expected and the surprises in the bitly data, as well as generalized techniques that apply to any 'realtime' data system. Read more.

10:00am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Sutton Parlors
Arnab Gupta (Opera Solutions)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
This talk will discuss the pitfalls of the man versus machine premise while underscoring the need for man and machine to work together in order to make the most of Big Data. We will also address the need to create a new, visual language to allow humans and machines to realize the full potential of their collaboration. Read more.

10:40am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Jeannie Stamberger (Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley Disaster Mgmt Initiative)
A deep dive into how big data plays in emergency management, from boots on the ground to business continuity - now and in the future. User interfaces for sense-making will be discussed. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Real-time
Location: Sutton South
Alasdair Allan (Babilim Light Industries)
The recent integration of previously isolated telescopes into expanding smart telescope networks, spanning continents and responding to transient events in seconds, sees novel architectures emerging to help filter science from data in real time. Machine learning and collective decision making are used by these geographically distributed networks to optimise output in the face of scarce resources. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Alex Lundry (TargetPoint Consulting)
Average rating: ****.
(4.50, 2 ratings)
Politically charged data visualization emerged over the last election cycle as a provocative and powerful means of persuasive communication. We’ve seen organizational charts used as protest signs and the White House regularly releases infographics. With these political “chart wars” as a backdrop, this presentation will show you how to be a smart consumer of data visualizations and infographics. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Ron Avnur (MarkLogic), Mark Rodgers (LexisNexis)
Ron Avnur, SVP Engineering, MarkLogic, and Mark Rodgers, Sr. Director of Product Engineering, LexisNexis will reveal how LexisNexis is rebuilding its business platform to handle Big Data in real-time. Avnur and Rodgers will discuss what it means to have Big Data, how the global organization addressed that challenge, and the business benefits resulting from the solution. Read more.

11:30am

Friday, 09/23/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Robert Munro (Idibon)
We will talk about Global Viral Forecasting's 'EpidemicIQ' project, which tracks all the globe's known and potential disease outbreaks. It is the largest humanitarian application of machine-learning and crowdsourcing to date, dynamically adapting to new threats and data sources in real-time. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Real-time
Location: Sutton South
Tim Moreton (Acunu)
At the heart of every system that harnesses big data is a pipeline that comprises collecting large volumes of raw data, extract value from it through analytics or data transformations, then delivering that condensed set of results back out -- potentially to millions of users. This talk examines the challenges of building manageable, robust pipelines. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Interface
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
A jumpstart lesson on how to get from a blank page and a pile of data to a useful data visualization. We'll focus on the design process, not specific tools. The talk will include discussion of figuring out what story to tell, selecting right data, and picking appropriate encodings. We'll briefly discuss tools and visualization styles, and look at several examples. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Ted Dunning (MapR Technologies)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
In this talk, Dr. Dunning will outline strategies for integrating big data technologies like Hadoop into existing business data systems. The talk will provide vignettes drawn from real-life situations that expose the challenges customers have faced and the solutions that meet these challenges Read more.

12:10pm

Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Rhinelander Gallery
Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions provide face to face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. BoFs can be organized for individual projects or broader topics (best practices, open data, standards). BoF topics are entirely up to you. Sign up on site to lead a conversation during lunch on Friday, September 23. Read more.

1:40pm

Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Sutton North
Chris van der Walt (United Nations Global Pulse), Dane Petersen (Adaptive Path), Sara Farmer (UN Global Pulse)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
United Nations Global Pulse and Adaptive Path have been collaborating on a new global crisis impact tool called HunchWorks that allows experts to post hypotheses about emerging crises and crowd source verification. The presentation will focus on lessons learned from a complex project that combines human expertise and big data algorithms using human-centered design and assistive intelligence. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Policy & Ethics
Location: Sutton South
Jim Adler (Metanautix)
A new breed of chief privacy officer (CPO) is emerging.  An engineer that is comfortable in a product focus group, engineering scrum, or analyzing test results.  They have the historical awareness, frontier spirit, regulatory caution, and technical chops to work through the toughest data issues. The promise of the engineer CPO is that products, not only safeguard privacy, but compete on it. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Peter Sirota (Amazon Web Services), Justin Moore (Facebook)
This session will address specific use cases relevant to customers with big data needs. We will highlight customers already successfully utilizing this service as well as showcase top scenarios and explain why it makes sense to leverage the cloud for Big Data needs. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Steven Hillion (EMC DCD)
Steven Hillion, VP of EMC Greenplum’s Data Analytics Lab lends insight into emerging technologies to take advantage of the big data opportunity and how big data challenges today’s BI architectures and approaches to data management. Read more.

2:30pm

Friday, 09/23/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Amaresh Tripathy (PricewaterhouseCoopers)
Analytical culture is the substrate necessary for organizations to turn the promise of data driven decisions to reality. Fostering and developing such a culture is hard. The presentation will focus on a set of organizational and solution design principles gleaned from real world experiences that have proven to be very effective to build an analytical culture. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Ben Gimpert (Altos Research)
All big data models are wrong but some are useful, as George Box might have said. Models are not the end result of a big data architecture, but exploratory tools in their own right. They are most useful when data scientists try to understand the business, and when our users learn a bit about data. How can the actual process of modeling improve a big data system, and teach the organization? Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Ryan Boyd (Google), Chris Schalk (Google)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
Google is a Data business: over the past few years, many of the tools Google created to store, query, analyze, visualize its data, have been exposed to developers as services. This talk will give you an overview of Google services for Data Crunchers. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Moderated by:
Roger Magoulas (O'Reilly Media)
Panelists:
Anthony Goldbloom (Kaggle), Trajan Bayly (GE), Nuala O'Connor Kelly (GE), Abdul Shaikh (National Cancer Institute)
Panel Discussion on Assembling Data to Fight Breast Cancer Read more.

4:10pm

Friday, 09/23/2011
Business
Location: Sutton North
Jake Flomenberg (Splunk), Denise Hemke (Salesforce.com)
This session examines the challenges and approaches for collecting, organizing and extracting value from machine data – the data generated continuously by all IT systems containing a record of all activity and behavior. Harnessing this data can provide valuable new insights for both IT and business users. This session will be hosted by Splunk's CIO and Salesforce.com. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Justin Moore (Facebook)
With over 700 million check-ins, 10 million nodes in the social graph, and billions of cumulative signals, Justin Moore will be explaining how foursquare processes, analyzes, and builds products to help people explore the real world. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Policy & Ethics
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Trevor Hughes (International Association of Privacy Professionals)
Data flows with little friction; it’s gathered and stored in increasing volume. Consumer concerns include guarding data against misuse and managing how it’s shared. Low friction data channels are valuable but vulnerable information ecologies. This session shows how data fuels life, and why we must balance regulatory and security controls with recognition of how data flow drives economy and culture Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Sponsored Sessions
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
Vineet Tyagi (Impetus Technologies)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
Businesses today are moving beyond the buzz and experimentation with batch processing options of Hadoop and MapReduce, stretching the limits for cutting edge performance & scalability. This session will talk about emerging trends of a new generation of NoHadoop (Not Only Hadoop) architectures for future proof big data scalability and prepare you for life beyond the elephant ride ! Read more.

5:00pm

Friday, 09/23/2011
Business, Data
Location: Sutton North
Dwight Merriman (10gen)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 1 rating)
This session will introduce the history and philosophy of MongoDB. We'll also review a few key use cases for NoSQL and MongoDB in particular. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Data
Location: Sutton South
Ken Farmer (ProtectWise)
While most of the focus in data science is on the rapid analysis of vast volumes of data, the hardest part of most solutions is the data acquisition, movement, transformation, and loading - the "data logistics". This presentation will describe the common challenges and solutions - including the best and worst practices that can be reused from Data Warehousing. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Policy & Ethics
Location: Murray Hill Suite A
Solon Barocas (New York University), Betsy Masiello (Google), Jane Yakowitz (Brooklyn Law School)
A panel discussion that will identify and debate the key ethical, legal, and policy issues in analytics and applications of big data. The panelists will hash out some of the novel privacy concerns, but they will also consider issues around autonomy, fairness, fragmentation, and transparency, as well as the appropriate and available responses to them. Read more.
Friday, 09/23/2011
Location: Murray Hill Suite B
TBC

Sponsors

  • Aster Data
  • EMC Greenplum
  • GE
  • Lexis Nexis
  • MarkLogic
  • Tableau Software
  • Cloudera
  • DataStax
  • Informatica
  • DataSift
  • Splunk
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Datameer
  • Impetus
  • Karmasphere
  • MapR Technologies
  • Pervasive
  • Platform Computing
  • Revolution Analytics
  • Sybase
  • Xeround
  • Media-Science
  • Platfora

Sponsorship Opportunities

For information on sponsorship opportunities at the conference, contact Susan Stewart at sstewart@oreilly.com

Press & Media

For media-related inquiries, contact Maureen Jennings at maureen@oreilly.com

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