2013-03-11 14:37:23 - AUSTIN and SANTA CLARA – March 11, 2013 – Continuum Analytics, the premier provider of Python-based data-analytics solutions and services, announced today that it is the last week to register for PyData Silicon Valley 2013. Held in Santa Clara, Calif., tutorials begin March 18 and the main conference takes place March 19-20. Follow the latest PyData Silicon Valley news on Twitter at @PyDataConf and #PyData
PyData Silicon Valley brings together developers, programmers, scientists and data analysts from the Python community to discuss techniques and tools for the management, analytics and visualization of data – with a particular emphasis on big data and modern data problems. This is an opportunity to take part in an exchange of ideas between users, trying to analyze high-volume databases, and developers, providing them with accessible solutions. It is also an ideal forum to discuss the latest products and research on big-data challenges impacting all sectors of science and industry.
This year’s event features keynotes from Peter Norvig, Director of Research at Google, and Fernando Perez, Research Scientist at UC Berkeley’s Helen Willis Neuroscience Institute. Other speakers include noted Python experts
from AppNexus, Bitdeli, Clinicast, Continuum Analytics, Disney Interactive, Drexel University, IPython, Lambda Foundry, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Marinexplore, Nokia, Python Academy, Quantopian, Spotify, Tata Consultancy Services, Twitter, UC Berkeley’s AMPLab, University of Chicago, Vast, Wikimedia Foundation and wise.io. (The full agenda can be viewed at sv2013.pydata.org/sv2013/schedule/
PyData Silicon Valley 2013 will take place from March 18-20 at the Santa Clara Convention Center. To register, go to sv2013.pydata.org/
. To apply for a press or analyst pass, contact Deborah McCandless at 212.255.0080, ext. 32, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Continuum Analytics
Continuum’s Python-based data analytics products and consulting services empower organizations to analyze, manage and visualize big data – turning massive datasets into actionable insights and business value. Built on proven, open-source offerings and integrated within existing IT environments, Continuum’s tools allow organizations to make critical business decisions based on their data quickly, easily, inexpensively and with flexibility. Without having to worry about how to access their data, organizations can free up resources to solve actual domain and business problems. To learn more about Continuum's services, training and product offerings, visit www.continuum.io.