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Ed McGinnis commented on How Companies are Using Spark, and Where the Edge in Big Data Will Be
Excellent prezo! I realize that DataBricks is in somewhat Stealth mode but I would be interested in helping you work on your “go-to-market” strategy. Fairly experienced in this area and specialize in start-ups. Ed

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I learned more about big data in just three days attending Strata than in one year doing research on my own.
– 2013 Strata Attendee

Strata 2014 Is Sold Out

We're looking forward to a great event in Santa Clara. If you're not able to join us in person, here are other ways to participate:

Mark your calendar for upcoming Strata events:

  • Strata + Hadoop World, October 15–17, 2014 in New York
  • Strata in Barcelona, November 19–21, 2014

The Future Belongs to Those Who Understand Data

Join us at the O'Reilly Strata Conference in Santa Clara to get a clear perspective on the future of big data—as well as all the analytics, architectures, techniques, tools, and technologies you need to use data successfully right now.

7 Things You'll Learn at Strata

The depth and breadth of what's covered at Strata requires 7 different tracks just to organize it all. You can follow one track from beginning to end, or just select the individual sessions that most interest you.

  1. Data Science: Learn the latest techniques in machine learning, prediction, and technology, as well as building effective data teams and creating a data-driven organizational culture.
  2. Data in Action: See real-world case studies of large-scale, innovative big data applications that highlight behind-the-scenes insights from some of the industry's top practitioners—packed with practical lessons, integration tricks, and a glimpse of what's next.
  3. The Connected World: Explore the promises and perils of an always-on and increasingly quantified society, from the reach of government to the rights of the digital persona.
  4. Design: Tackle user experience, new interfaces, interactivity, and visualization—what it means to convey knowledge, from designing compelling interfaces to guiding users through a complex, immersive user experience.
  5. Ethics, Privacy, and Policy: Discuss some of the biggest issues in compliance, governance, and ethics that an always-on, over-shared society faces.
  6. Hadoop and Beyond: Dive into tools that make the big data revolution possible—Hadoop, Cassandra, Storm, Spark/Shark, and Drill—and extend your data science toolkit.
  7. Machine Data: Discover how to harness the flood of information from the Internet of Things—the torrent of data from devices, factories, and data centers, and the tools for collecting, storing, and analyzing it all.

Join us—and thousands of your peers—at the O'Reilly Strata Conference, happening in Santa Clara February 11–13, 2014. Strata sells out every year; reserve your place today.

Help Us Support Technology and Diversity

To help support technology education and diversity, while Strata registration is open, we're raising funds for Girl Develop It, an organization that empowers women of diverse backgrounds from around the world to learn how to develop software. We ask that you consider joining us in supporting this worthy organization by making a modest donation when you sign up. O'Reilly Media will match those donations at the end of the conference.