Propose a session for Data Day Texas

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Data Day Texas welcomes submissions on all things Data / AI including:

Data Engineering / Infrastructure, Data Warehouses, Data Contracts, Data Lineage, Data Catalogs, Data Metadata, Streaming Data and Stream Processing Data Science, Machine Learning, ML Ops, Data Ops, Feature Engineering, Data Visualization, Analytics, Business Intelligence, Applied AI, Generative AI, GNNs, LLMs / ChatGPT, Responsible and Ethical AI, Data Products, Graph Databases, Graph Data Science and Analytics, Semantics, Ontology, Taxonomy, Data Teams and Culture, and Career Development.


Jonathan Ellis, co-founder of DataStax, packed the room at Data Day Texas 2020.



Data Day Texas does not knowingly accept product or service pitches - or talks which appear to be so. Preference is given for original presentations not previously offered elsewhere. Once a talk has been approved, we do not accept speaker substitutions.


Professor Bivin Sadler of SMU discussing Deep Learning and the analysis of time series data.


Presentation Format

We welcome submissions in the following formats:
Talk (40 minutes)
Hands-on workshop (90 minutes)
Tutorial (90 minutes, no coding)


90 minute sessions are held in tiered classrooms - available in multiple sizes. Charger not needed. There are outlets at every seat.


Submission Guidelines

Proposals should include:
1) Proposed Title
2) Abstract
3) Intended audience
4) Level of difficulty
5) Technical skills and concepts required
6) Speaker Biography
7) links to previous talks/videos (required - videos preferred)

If you're ready....



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