We believe in collaboration, participation and exchange of ideas. That's why we want to encourage all Big Data Open Source enthusiasts to submit a session on Large Data Processing, NoSQL, IR/Search or related topics.
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You just need to update your account. Log in with your username and password here! Please note, if you've forgotten your username or password, you can reset it. On the main page you see the note “Berlin Buzzwords 2016: subscribe to event”, click on it and you will be asked "Are you sure you want to join the group Berlin Buzzwords 2016?". Click “Join”. You will return to the main page, click now on "Dashboard" and go to "Add Session" in order to submit your new abstract.
A stage, undivided attention for your session and a video of your talk. Besides entering the stage at #bbuzz, you get a free ticket for the conference, barcamp and satellite events taking place all over Berlin. As a speaker you will also get free accomodation during the conference for two nights (June 05-07) at RAMADA Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
Berlin Buzzwords is looking for talks on:
- Search / IR systems – Lucene, Solr, Elasticsearch or comparable solutions
- NoSQL – like Apache Cassandra, Flink, MongoDB, Hbase, CouchDB and others
- Large Data Processing – Hadoop itself, MapReduce, Cascading etc.
Related topics not explicity listed above are welcome as well.
We do not, however, accept product presentations or company marketing presentations. If your company is interested in cooperating or partnering with Berlin Buzzwords, please contact us via email@example.com
The Call for Submissions will be open until February 7th.
To submit your session idea, please register here and submit a new session form for each idea.
There will be an anonymized review of all submissions. Members of the program committee will not see the name, photo, short bio and gender of the proposer to reduce unconscious bias.
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