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Feb 17–20, 2015 • San Jose, CA
Eric Schmidt

Eric Schmidt
Product Management Lead, Google


Eric Schmidt is the product management lead for Cloud Dataflow on the Cloud engineering team at Google, where his primary role is to help shape the future of fully managed, large-scale data processing. Eric spends the majority of his time working with existing cloud customers and on-premises developers who are moving their MapReduce and related data processing workloads to the cloud. He led the announcement of Cloud Dataflow (as Google I/O’s 2014 keynote) with the development of a real-time sentiment analysis and results prediction framework for the 2014 World Cup. Eric has a deep passion for user interaction modeling, data modeling, and analytical processing of user behaviors. He also has development experience with .NET, C, JavaScript, Python, and Java and cloud expertise with Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services. Previously, Eric was a senior director within Technical Evangelism and Development at Microsoft, where he led a team focusing on the adoption of Microsoft’s devices and cloud services. His team delivered Emmy Award-winning applications for NBC Sports, the Democratic National Convention, NCAA March Madness on Demand, and Major League Soccer. Eric also spearheaded the development of a real-time quality and user behavior system for the online streaming of the 2008, 2010, and 2012 Olympic games.


1:30pm–2:10pm Thursday, 02/19/2015
Hadoop & Beyond
Location: 230 C
Eric Schmidt (Google)
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Map Reduce, Millwheel and other technologies changed the way data scientists approached data problems. New technologies like Spark and Cloud Dataflow deal with the complexity of stringing together map reduces and creating end-to-end programming logic from multiple steps by making Big Data into a concrete set of executable operations. Gain insights into programming options and what comes next. Read more.