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The bart strike has affected many people here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Come see a data viz team present their visualizations of the Bart strike.
Note: Please use your real name to register as we will be checking ID at the main entrance. If you do not use your real name we cannot let you into the event. Doors close at 7pm.
6:30-7:00 Social time. There will be sandwiches/drinks/cookies. (Doors close at 7pm)
7:00-8:00 Presentations. 15 minutes each.
8:00-9:00 Questions + Social time. Meet the speakers and network with each other.
BART Strike project
Ian Johnson develops interactive data visualizations for modern enterprise software at Lever.
Ian also co-organizes the SF Bay Area d3 Meetup and develops http://tributary.io (http://tributary.io/)
All BART Salaries
Victor Powell is a freelance data visualization and web developer. Previously, Victor was Director of Analytics at YinzCam, Inc. where he lead the development of internal data visualization tools.
Lewis Lehe got into data visualization to help people understand public policy. He holds an MA in Transport Economics from University of Leeds and is a PhD student in transportation engineering at UC Berkeley, where he runs the Visualizing Urban Data idealab and researches congestion pricing.
Salaries, Proposals and Cost of Living
Shirley Wu hails from the dark halls of business school, where she had planned out a life in finance. Then she took a Computer Science class and watched a TED talk by Aaron Koblin ("Visualizing Ourselves...with crowd-source data" (http://www.ted.com/talks/aaron_koblin.html)), and found her life's calling. Two and a half years later, she happily codes apps for tech company Splunk, and plays with visualizations and small data-sets at night.