Datapalooza Seattle on Feb 9-11

On February 9 through 11, I’ll be mentoring hackers and budding data scientists at Galvanize during Datapalooza Seattle. It should be a great conference covering topics like things like machine learning, natural language processing, and data engineering infrastructure.

Last year’s Datapalooza in San Francisco was a fantastic event with lots of in-depth sessions. I was impressed with the range of material on data science and data engineering. The upcoming Datapalooza Seattle looks equally as fascinating.

My team at work runs  Data Scientist Workbench which is free hosted suite of open source tools including Jupyter, Zeppelin, R Studio IDE, and OpenRefine. We also organize free data science education through Big Data University.

I’m expecting Antonio Cangiano, Polong Lin, and Leon Katsnelson to be at Datapalooza with me as fellow mentors.

Let me know if you’re in Seattle at the same time and we’ll connect.

Datapalooza Seattle

One thought on “Datapalooza Seattle on Feb 9-11

  1. http://www.portagebaycafe.com/ . I was going to point you to pan african market too, but that’s apparently gone now 😦 . If you need fancier there is http://www.farestart.org/farestart-restaurant and http://saltys.com/seattle , but the latter is probably inconvenient for you and I’ve only been to those two places once.

    also, https://www.theochocolate.com/factory-tours

    you might also like http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/olympic-sculpture-park and http://www.empmuseum.org/

    it’s a bit out of the way, and I’ve never been, but people tend to like https://www.museumofflight.org/

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