DataWeek will be San Francisco's largest convergence of the Big Data, Social Data, and Cloud Data industries, with over 200 speakers leading companies.
The founders of
Techweek in Chicago and the
Data 2.0 Summit in San Francisco announced the
DataWeek 2012 Conference & Festival, September 22-27 in San Francisco, CA.
DataWeek will be San Francisco's largest convergence of the Big Data, Social Data, and Cloud Data industries, featuring over 200 speakers from data leaders such as Google, IBM, VMware, MongoDB, Cloudera, Netflix and Amazon.
After hosting Data 2.0 conferences in 2011-12 with speakers including Jim Fowler, founder of Data.com; Cathy Casserly, CEO of Creative Commons; and Joe Lonsdale, founder of Palantir; DataWeek aims to advance the conversation towards how data innovation is disrupting business, technology, and society.
At the center of DataWeek is a 4-day conference in downtown San Francisco with 24 technology-specific labs covering topics such as Hadoop, MongoDB, Data-as-a-Service, Cloud Platforms, API infrastructure, and Mining Social Data.
One DataWeek pass gets you into all of the following:
- 80+ sessions, talks and workshops at the DataWeek Conference
- SF Beta :: DataWeek Edition, San Francisco's largest startup mixer
- 3+ Official City-Wide Events including a Big Data Hackathon
- Technology Hiring Mixer sponsored by Netflix and Bizo
How to get involved:
DataWeek is actively searching out speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, interns, and event organizers so contact us about:
with any other questions!