Big Data TechCon San Francisco 2013

The "how-to" big data conference

15 17 October 2013

#BigDataTechCon is the HOW-TO conference for IT professionals who are working to implement Big Data systems within their companies or for their clients. Attend Big Data TechCon and choose from dozens of technical classes and tutorials, learn from real-world experts, and improve your skills in this fast-growing field.

16 speakers

13 sessions

Day 1 Tuesday 15th October 2013

Day 2 Wednesday 16th October 2013

Day 3 Thursday 17th October 2013

26 known attendees

  • Carl Berndtson
  • Phil Wolff
  • Art Freeman
  • Sunil Verma
  • Sushma
  • Marie Domingo
  • Darius Hedayati
  • 3im30
  • Stacy Burris
  • Katie S.
  • Tony Shan
  • Ben Coverston
  • stoker
  • Doug Cutting
  • Eddie Satterly
  • Jacques Nadeau
  • John Foreman
  • John Ⓐ De Goes
  • Kathleen Ting
  • Mark Grover
  • Max De Marzi
  • Mike Miller
  • Norman Barker
  • Simon Chan
  • Jonathan Seidman
  • Paco Nathan

35 people tracking this event

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  • Cam Peterson
  • Christopher Hackett
  • Philip Roberts
  • Ethan Herdrick
  • Riccardo Cambiassi
  • Jim Ancona
  • Raymond Yee
  • Steve Gadbois
  • Mercedes Fancellu
  • Matthew Trentacoste
  • Natalia Usenia
  • Rohan Jayasekera
  • SearchMktgPro
  • David Shi
  • Anna Petrova
  • Terri Wong
  • Cleber Ferrareze
  • Huanhuan Wang
  • Mishal
  • Rita K
  • Farag Shuweihdi
  • Micah Stubbs
  • Harsh Hatekar
  • diksha jhingran
  • Stefan Schadwinkel
  • Bita Khaleghi
  • Rajeev Shorey
  • Dan Han
  • Erik Cox
  • Mark Chmarny
  • Jen Cameron
  • Thomas Ciszek
  • Jeff Carroll
  • James Felton Keith™

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