Changing the way scientists, engineers, and analysts perceive big data
PyData Berlin is being held in conjunction with Euro Python Sprints, 25 - 27 July. The three-day event is an opportunity for Python enthusiasts to share ideas and learn from each other how to apply the language and tools to meet the challenges of of data management, processing, analytics, and visualization. Tutorials will take place Friday, 25 July and the main conference sessions will be held Saturday, 26 July and Sunday, 27 July.
PyData is a three-day event where data science professionals, in both academia and enterprise, come together to discuss the challenges and management of data using Python. The community-led conferences are dedicated to providing a place for Python enthusiasts to share ideas and learn from each other, especially with respect to topics of data analytics, processing and visualization.
In 2 years PyData has grown from a workshop in Mountain View, CA, attended by 40 people, to 4 conferences a year with a total attendance of over 1,500. During this time, sold-out crowds in Santa Clara, Boston, New York City and London have participated in PyData tutorials, workshops and talks presented by prominent individuals in the Python data science community.
PyData Berlin 2014 will take place at the BCC, 25-27 July, in partnership with EuroPython.
ALL SPONSORS OF EUROPYTHON WILL RECEIVE 30% OFF OF PYDATA SPONSORSHIPS.