Wednesday, December 2nd at 1pm ET
a centralized ecosystem such as the cloud is needed to securely store and access data, conduct analyses, and share results.
We’ll share some examples of what it means to do data science in the cloud and discuss some problems that users may face along the way, and the solutions that RStudio products can provide. We’ll also discuss best practices for migrating to a cloud environment.
What you’ll learn:
Sr. Director, Product Marketing at RStudio
Lou is a passionate advocate for data science software, and has had many years of experience in a variety of leadership roles in large and small software companies, including product marketing, product management, engineering and customer success. In his spare time, his interests includes books, cycling, science advocacy, great food and theater.
Director of Data Solution at ProCogia
After finishing his education in the University of Limerick, Ireland – Kevin’s passion for data science was cemented. Focusing primarily on data analytics and modelling, he went on to spend the first years of his career working at a biopharmaceutical company, where he led the data team on multiple products. Since moving to Seattle with his Washington native wife, Kevin has spent his spare time enjoying the beautiful PNW and playing ‘hurling’, an ancient gaelic field sport with the Seattle Gaels. He now leads the Data Science team at ProCogia as the Director of Data Solutions – where he works with clients from Biotech to Telecom.
Only 1,000 live attendees are allowed in the Webinar on a first come first serve basis. There will be approximately 60 minutes of presentation. While we usually have a question and answer session, there will be a lot of ground to cover during this presentation.
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