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Only 20% of the Early Bird passes are left for Scale By the Bay!

From: Alexy K.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 1:25 PM

Every year, gains momentum, but we have not seen such a rate of registrations during the Early Bird timespan year.  It ends on August 31 or when these passes sold out, and we only have 20% left.  This is the best deal there is or will be for SBTB.

Just a few highlights of the program:

* Keynotes by Martin Odersky, Neha Narkhede, and Pat Helland

100+ talks including:
— Tongfei Chen (Johns Hopkins University),Towards Typesafe Deep Learning in Scala
— Sasha Solomon (Medium), 2 Fast 2 Furious: migrating Medium’s architecture without slowing down
— Jeff Fenchel (Zignal Labs), Labels to Inference: A Continuous Sentiment Pipeline
— Scott Kidder (Mux), Video Access-Log Processing with Apache Flink
— Francesc Campoy Flores (source{d}), Machine Learning on Source Code
— Julien Delange and Adam Crane (Twitter), Graph-First Services Using GraphQL
— Sky Thomas (MapR), Street-fighting techniques for multi-tenant machine learning and big data workloads on Kubernetes
— Greg Pfeil (Formation), Duality and How to Delete Half (minus ε) of Your Code
— Alexis Roos (Salesforce), Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing Using Apache Spark and TensorFlow
— Fireside Chat with Richard Socher, Chief Scientist of Salesforce, on topics including the collaboration above
— Chester Chen (GoPro), Evolution of GoPro's Data Platform
— Russell O’Connor (Blockstream), Simplicity for Programmable Money
— David Andrzejewski (Sumo Logic), Privacy-aware data science in Scala with monads and type level programming
— Bryan Cantrill (Joyent) on Rust,
— Milind Bhandarkar (Ampool), Hadoop Future in AI World,
— Kuassi Mensah (Oracle), Reactive Java Programming: a new Asynchronous Database Access API

* Panels on thoughtful software engineering, data pipelines for ML/AI, and cloud and edge computing
* two happy hours, hot breakfast and great lunch with uninterruptible coffee every day, with the unsurpassed hallway track, and the unconference.

Save your seat before the Early Bird ends on August 31 at!



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