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By Karina Babcock on May 01, 2018 in Company Updates
In less than a month, the first annual Rev Summit for Data Science Leaders will be underway. We’re excited to reveal that the detailed agenda for the event is now available, featuring luminary speakers, data science leaders and practitioners from companies spanning a diverse range of industries, geographies and sizes.
In a nutshell, here’s a Top 10 list—that hasn’t been scientifically vetted whatsoever—of things attendees should look forward to at Rev.
A venue known for igniting large-scale movements, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts is right in the heart of San Francisco, and Rev attendees get an unbeatable $199/night hotel room rate at the downtown Marriott Marquis.
Mind-blowing entertainment from a surprise guest and top shelf drinks during the opening evening reception.
Access to the “Best Practices for Managing the Data Science Lifecycle” limited-seating workshop providing physical takeaways and practical, hands-on advice.
7. Ursa Labs Preview
The opportunity to learn about the new Ursa Labs firsthand from Wes McKinney.
6. Free Training
Post-conference Domino training, valued at $1000, offered at no additional cost to Rev attendees.
5. Deep-Dive Sessions
Practitioner sessions that dive into applicable use cases and methods such as Monte Carlo permutations, deep learning on GPUs, experimental design, and multi-label classification from data scientists at Deloitte, Dell, AncestryDNA, UnitedHealth Group, JPMorgan Chase and others.
4. Leadership Lessons
Leadership sessions on organizational change management, aligning with IT, and growing a team, featuring speakers from Airbnb, S&P Global, BlackRock, Stitch Fix, Galvanize and others.
3. New Features
Hands-on access to new Domino features and functionality.
2. Nate Silver and Cathy O’Neil
Keynote presentations, book signing opportunities, and live Q&A with Nate Silver and Cathy O’Neil.
1. The Future
The first-hand opportunity to join this movement of data science leaders that will shape the future.
See you in a few weeks!