Sept. 28-Oct. 3, 2013: DataWeek, San Francisco

By eWEEK Staff  |  Posted 2013-08-16 Print this article Print

DataWeek places innovative data technologies in front of Bay Area and nationwide IT executives, developers and data scientists.

DataWeek 2013 Conference + Festival is the second annual six-day event in downtown San Francisco. The conference's goal is to organize the largest data-centric event in the nation; 3,000 attendees already have registered.

Each day of DataWeek has a different business and technology focus, ranging from the Saturday/Sunday hackathon activities, the Monday/Tuesday technical workshops and the Wednesday/Thursday conference & expo. One pass gets attendants into all official events of the DataWeek Conference + Festival.

DataWeek is an industry event with the goal of placing the most innovative data technologies in front of Bay-area and nationwide technology executives, nationwide developers and data scientists, as well as potential customers for those technologies. The aim is to routinely maintain a forward-thinking edge on conference topics such as the API economy, the Hadoop ecosystem, data science and machine learning tools, and data hacker tools.


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