[GDG NYC] QueryCamp 2017: BigData Concepts to Code

Sat 30 September à 15:30

Timezone : Paris (GMT+02:00)

Google Chelsea Market, 2nd floor
New York

Have you been curious about big data? Or wanted to dive into open source datasets but didn't know where to start? 

Join us for a 1-day StudyCamp to explore Google BigQuery and other related cloud tools and services for data analysis at scale. Our goal is to follow the same format as PWA Camp with tech talks in the morning (focusing on teaching concepts) followed by hands-on coding & exploration of datasets in the afternoon.

Call for Community Speakers: Do you have experience with BigQuery? Do you have a data set you have analyzed or tools that you have worked with, in context? Contact the organizers if you want to do a talk or demo at this event.


9:30am Doors Open


10:00am: "Google BigQuery: From Concepts to Code " Speaker: Felipe Hoffa (Developer Advocate @Google)

Felipe Hoffa is a developer advocate for big data at Google, where he inspires developers around the world to leverage the Google Cloud Platform tools to analyze and understand their data in ways they could never before. 

You can find him in several videos, blog posts, and conferences around the world.


12:00-12:30pm: COMMUNITY TALKS

• IoT and Data Analytics Powered Waste Management and Landfill Fire Prediction for India and other APAC countries

Speaker Bio: Jaidev Shah is the Founder and CEO of IoT Data Systems, a company currently focused on IoT powered Smart Waste Management Robotics Solutions. An Intel Tech Challenge Winner, he also presented his robotics prototype at MakerFaire-California 2017, where he received First Place in the Sustainability Category out of hundreds of projects.

12:30-13:30pm: Lunch / Setup / Networking


13:30-16:30pm: Self-Guided Learning 

16:30pm: Lightning Talks (Share demos / insights)

17:00pm Doors Close

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/gdgnyc/events/242491666/