As promised, we’re here reporting from the floor of the (H2O.ai-sponsored) Open Data Science Conference (ODSC). It’s been another wild day for us, with an early start at 7:30am to set up ahead of the show. However, the long days are all worth it for a chance to see you all in the field. While we thought bringing two boxes of booklets would be enough we ended up running out again!
Located in the luxurious Marriott Waterfront hotel ODSC is hosting 20 workshops, 50 speaking sessions and a thousand attendees. Speakers include Brian Granger, co-founder of Jupyter, Anthony Goldbloom, CEO & Founder of Kaggle, Andre Mueller, Assistant Research Engineer at the NYU Center for Data Science , and Wes McKinney, creator of the Pandas Python Data Analysis Library. On Sunday H2O.ai data scientist Hank Roark will joining this list of prestigous speakers to give a talk on “Big Data Machine Learning and Data Products with Python and H2O“. Looking forward to seeing you there!
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