KNIME Spring Summit Online Edition
The KNIME Summits, in spring and fall, have been taking place since 2008 in Europe and the US. In light of the coronavirus, this year’s KNIME Spring Summit moved online. Not too late to participate: KNIME Spring Summit continues online. Check out the extended summit program now.
The KNIME Summits, in spring and fall, have been taking place since 2008 in Europe and the US. In light of the coronavirus, this year’s KNIME Spring Summit moved online. More than 2000 people dialed in from their home offices to take part in a course or joined the interactive summit sessions.
The week started with a selection of courses, where we saw an impressive 150-200 participants in each course. On Wednesday the virtual summit began, with Michael Berthold unveiling the new approach of Integrated Deployment. This approach removes the gap between creating data science and putting data science into production. Dean Abbott (Smarter HQ) gave the keynote speech. You can see a video of his talk (and the other talks, too!) on the summit webpage.
Not too late to participate: KNIME Spring Summit Continues Online
More talks by invited speakers and a wide range of workshops are being streamed live as free webinars in the coming weeks. Presentations of KNIME in Action are brought to you by speakers from Chiesi Farmaceutici, Redfield, and Queen’s University, Canada. The workshop program includes time series analysis, guided labeling, machine learning, RDKit in KNIME, GDPR compliance and anonymization techniques, to name just a few.
We’ve devised a series of compact online courses for April & May, ranging from basic data wrangling, text processing, machine learning algorithms, big data and more. There are also different schedule options available to cater to different preferences for online learning.
See the complete extended summit program for more information and to register.