What's new for Data Day Texas 2023

We're getting the gang back together.

This will be the first full Data Day Texas since January 2020. As in previous years, we've reserved the entire facility - all three floors, courtyard, etc - and have begun inviting speakers. We'll begin to announce the individual tracks over the next few weeks. Speaker proposals are currently open, and super early bird tickets are still on sale.


Jesse Anderson giving the keynote at Data Day Texas 2020

 

MLOps at Data Day Texas.

The MLOps keynote speaker for 2023 will be Jennifer Prendki of Alectio. We will begin to announce invited speakers shortly. Are you doing something cool in MLOps? Send us a proposal.


Jennifer Prendki of Alectio discussing DataPrepOps.

 

Taxonomy, Ontology, and all things Semantic.

Following the response at the recent summer edition of Data Day, we'll be expanding coverage of Taxonomy, Ontology, and all things Semantic. We'll be announcing the first wave of speakers soon.


Heather Hedden of the Semantic Web Company giving her Introduction to Taxonomy workshop at the Data Day 2022 summer edition.

 

More than presentations and workshops

Over the years we've learned that quite a few Data Day Texas attendees don't actually attend any talks at all. They come to meet up with everyone else. For many, Data Day Texas has become something of an annual reunion. Some schedule meetings, some come for the four or five hallway conversations that might further a project or launch a new one. More than a few have encounters that lead to new jobs. None of this could happen at a virtual conference.

 

Data Day Texas - serving the community since 2011

Originally launched in January 2011 as one of the first NoSQL / Big Data conferences, Data Day Texas each year highlights the latest tools, techniques, and projects in the data space, bringing speakers and attendees from around the world to enjoy the hospitality that is uniquely Austin. Since its inception, Data Day Texas has continually been the largest independent data-centric event held within 1000 miles of Texas. Our most recent editions have drawn over 1000 attendees.