Upcoming Data Science Conferences

Looking ahead, there are a number of interesting upcoming conferences within the “big data” and “data science” fields, so I thought I’d list a few in this post.

First, Strata is probably one of the biggest and fastest growing conferences within the field, and they’ll be holding their next conference in Santa Clara, CA, starting on February 28, 2012.  Featured speakers include danah boyd from Microsoft Research, Hal Varian, Chief Economist for Google, and Pete Warden, CTO of Jetpac.  They hold online conferences as well – here’s more info on the December 7 event from a previous post

Next, Predictive Analytics World hosts a number of conferences around the world and for differing industries.  Their next conference is scheduled for November 30 in London, UK, in conjunction with the Marketing Optimization Summit and Conversion Conference as part of Data Driven Business Week.  PAW held a recent conference in New York this past October and will be hosting another one in San Francisco in March of 2012.

Also, The Big Data Summit team announced today session details for the upcoming technology event, November 8-10, 2011 in Miami, Florida.  The Summit is for C-level executives who are involved in data storage, data management and data analysis to gather and discuss how companies can effectively manage, protect and leverage the growing amounts of data in the enterprise.

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