Data Day Texas Schedule - Tentative

 

For those of you interested in a deep dive into machine learning, Paco Nathan will be teaching his Hands-on Introduction to Machine Learning on Friday, January 10. This is a full day course.

This is not everything! We are still coordinating with our East Coast friends who are under a winter storm.
Lots of things coming up in the Hadoop Lounge, additional speakers, office hours, plus...

 

Time Grand Ballroom
3rd Floor
Amphitheatre 204
2nd Floor
Classroom 203
2nd Floor
Classroom 202
2nd Floor
Classroom 201
2nd Floor
Data Science Lounge
Pivotal
3rd Floor
Hadoop Lounge
Cloudera
3rd Floor
8:00am Registration and Coffee Service (3rd Floor)
9:00am Plenary: Data 2014: The Big Picture, Paco Nathan (Grand Ballroom - 3rd Floor )
10:00am Algorithmic Music Discovery at Spotify
Chris Johnson, Spotify
Developing real-time data pipelines with Apache Kafka
Joe Stein
Introduction to KNIME Data Mining Software
Michael Berthold
How to Build a Hadoop Data Application (hour 1)
Eric Sammer of Cloudera
TBD TBD TBD
11:00am If The Singularity Arrives, Will It Be By Design or Evolution
Bill Worzel
Got Chaos? Extracting Critical Business Intelligence from Data Streams Using Advanced NLP and Dynamic Graph Analysis
Dr. Steve Kramer,
Matthew Russell
Deep Dive Workshop: KNIME Data Mining Software (hour 1)
Michael Berthold
How to Build a Hadoop Data Application (hour 2)
Eric Sammer of Cloudera
Scaling Big Data Analytics using R Language
Paul Ingram, Revolution Analytics
TBD TBD
12:00pm Business Impact of Big Data: Panel
Bart Bohn, Moderator; w/
Garrett Eastham, Ken Cho, Xingchu Liu, Matt Winseng, Brandon Smith
Message Architectures in Distributed Systems
Eric Lubow
Deep Dive Workshop: KNIME Data Mining Software (hour 2)
Michael Berthold
How to Build a Hadoop Data Application (hour 3)
Eric Sammer of Cloudera
Data Security in a Post-Trust World
Brad Martin
Paco Nathan Booksigning TBD
1:00pm Lunch (available on both 2nd and 3rd floor) TBD KNIME Office Hours
2:00pm Summingbird, Small and Large: stream processing at (every) scale
Sam Ritchie
Agile Data Science: Building Hadoop Applications
Russell Jurney, O'Reilly Author
Workshop: Mining Social Web APIs with IPython Notebook (hour 1)
Matthew Russell
Using Hadoop for Distributed Video Transcoding and Analytics
Regunathan Radhakrishnan, Pivotal
Best Practices for Doing Visual Analytics on Hadoop
Ted Wasserman, Tableau Software
NYC Social
hosted by Spotify
Eric Lubow - Booksigning
Eric Sammer - Booksigning
3:00pm From The Lab To The Factory: Building A Production Machine Learning Infrastructure
Josh Wills, Cloudera
A Pipeline for Distributed Topic and Sentiment Analysis of Tweets
Srivatsan Ramanujam, Pivotal Inc
Workshop: Mining Social Web APIs with IPython Notebook (hour 2)
Matthew Russell
TBD
Gary Dusbabek
Introduction to Data Visualization using Tableau
Todd Talkington, Tableau Software
Russell Jurney - Booksigning TBD
4:00pm ZIP / NADA Polyglot Persistence at Facebook
Charity Majors, Facebook
Workshop: Apache Mesos as the Building Blocks for Distributed Systems (hour 1)
Paco Nathan
TBD TBD Matthew Russell - Booksigning TBD
TBD
5:00pm What about SQL?
Panel
SEM Analytics at Ask.com with InfiniDB
Jim Tommaney
Mohit Sati
Workshop: Apache Mesos as the Building Blocks for Distributed Systems (hour 2)
Paco Nathan
Druid: Interactive Queries meet Real-time Data
Eric Tschetter
TBD TBD TBD