DataWeek Logo 300x80 DataWeek 2012: The Largest San Francisco Data Conference!DataWeek 2012 Conference & Festival September 22nd – 27th in San Francisco is shaping up to be the largest SF-based data conference & festival including over 100 workshops and talks, an AngelHack Big Data hackathon,  SF Beta :: DataWeek Edition, and events throughout the week. Featured speakers include Jay Parikh, VP of Infrastructure at Facebook; Mike Olson, CEO of Cloudera; Ping Li, partner at Accel; and Rob High, CTO of IBM Watson: the machine learning solution that out-competed the top 2 human players at Jeopardy. You can also expect over 200 more speakers from companies such as Google, LinkedIn, VMware, and MongoDB.

The Data Revolution is about taking a data-driven approach to business, technology, and society: and DataWeek is at the convergence of these industries. Each day of DataWeek spotlights a different side of the data revolution.

  • Monday September 24th focuses on Big Data & Cloud Technologies such as MongoDB, Couchbase, Hadoop, Node.js, and Firebase as technology disrupters.
  • Tuesday September 25th focuses on Enterprise & Big Data with panels and workshops in Data-as-a-Service, Data Visualization, Big Analytics, and using R for data science.
  • Wednesday September 26th spotlights topics and innovations in Advertising & Social Data with speakers from Quantcast, ShareThis, Badgeville, and RadiumOne.
  • Thursday September 27th is the last day of DataWeek with a Personal Data Startup Pitch Competition and panel talks addressing innovations in personal data with speakers from Personal.com, Singly, and Qnary.

Your DataWeek pass gets you into the DataWeek Conference as well as all official partner Dataweek events. Get 25% off your DataWeek pass here using the discount code dw2012partner.

If you are interested in demoing or hosting a workshop in DataWeek, please contact events@data2labs.com

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