Originally launched in January 2011, Data Day Texas is possibly the longest continually running NoSQL / Big Data / Data Science conference in the world. Each year, Data Day Texas has highlighted the latest tools, techniques, and projects, bringing speakers and attendees from around the world to enjoy the hospitality that is uniquely Austin. Like many other live events, our 2021 edition was postponed. Plans are already underway for the next edition - which will be scheduled once it is safe for us all to gather together.

Data Day Texas 2020

Jesse Anderson, Managing Director of the Big Data Institute, returned in 2020 to give the opening plenary.
We're already sending speaker invites for 2021. Who do you want to see?


Human in the Loop ML Returns to Data Day Texas

Data Day Texas 2020 hosted the first industry-focused Human-in-the-Loop track. We're bringing it back for 2021, and once again, Dr. Robert Munro, author of Human in the Loop Machine Learning, will curate the track.

Brad Klingenberg of Stitch Fix was one of the featured speakers in the Human in the Loop ML track.


Diversity and inclusion at Data Day Texas

To encourage diversity and inclusion among attendees at Data Day Texas and the Texas AI Summit, we are offering diversity scholarships to members of underrepresented groups in the technical community. Apply at: http://datadaytexas.com/diversity-application