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Data Science. Machine Learning. Big Data. Analytics.
Join us in Atlanta for a 3-day event, November 29 - December 1, on Data Science and Machine Learning! The first day is a workshop day, and there will be 4 concurrent tracks. Workshops and sessions include:
Data Science, Machine Learning, Analytics, Big Data and more!
A serious conference on all things Data Science, in a relaxed, fun environment.
REGISTRATION @ datascicon.tech
~ Workshops must be purchased in a combo pass!
~ Conference-only tickets are available also.
* Introduction to Machine Learning with Python & TensorFlow
* Data Science with R
* Data Science for CxOs and Biz Analysts
* Data Analytics with Tableau
* Data Pipelines with Apache Kafka
INDIVIDUAL or Group Registration
November 29 and main conference Nov 30 - Dec 1. For data scientists, data engineers/developers, and data architects.
CxO - VP - Biz Analyst:
We'll be offering great content for those in Management and Analyst roles - a full 3 days of deep dive workshops and sessions. You'll get up to speed on everything in the Data Science / Machine Learning / Big Data space quickly!
Sessions & Workshops:
Industry experts and community members will present fundamentals and the latest in the world of Data Science.
Brought to you by the organizers of another world-class conference, Connect.Tech, DataSciCon.Tech will bring the energy and community spirit of our previous events for three days of learning and networking. We invite you to join us November 2017 for this unique experience!
We are in the process of rebooting ASUG. If you are interested in helping to guide the direction of the group, then we would appreciate your attendance and input as we plan the topics, schedule, and details for the coming year.
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