Join the Berlin Buzzwords team and become a volunteer to make our Big Data Open Source conference a huge success. Volunteering is a great way to be a vital part of the conference and barcamp. You will get the opportunity to network while getting a behind-the-scenes look. And the best is: You get a full conference ticket for free!
About 20 volunteers will be responsible for various conference duties such as accreditation and stage management. You will help to create a memorable Buzzwords atmosphere for more than 600 attendees, speakers and fellow volunteers.
We are happy to announce our second keynote for Berlin Buzzwords 2017: Duncan Ross, Data Scientist and Chair of Trustees of DataKind UK, will focus on the ethical challenges to using data.
We are thrilled to announce Karen M. Sandler as the first keynote speaker for the 2017 edition of Berlin Buzzwords!
Speakers and speakers-to-be: Prepare yourselves for the Call For Submissions of Berlin Buzzwords 2017! It'll be open until February 14, 2017! We look forward to numerous abstracts on varied topics around your thoughts, ideas, researches with a focus on large Data Processing, NoSQL, IR/Search or related topics.
We want to make Berlin Buzzwords more family-friendly, and that‘s why we have decided to offer onsite childcare this year on both conference days.
We hire professionally trained teachers to take care of your children in a separately provided and specially equipped room at the venue.
The ticket sale for the 8th edition of Berlin Buzzwords has begun. As per usual, we offer a limited number of 'Trust Us' tickets for €425,- available to purchase only until November, 20th – First come, first serve!
We're excited to announce the dates for Berlin Buzzwords 2017! From June 11-13, 2017 we celebrate the 8th edition of one of Europe's most exciting Big Data conferences! Once more Berlin Buzzwords takes place at Kulturbrauerei in the very heart of Berlin. The venue remains the same, but apart from that, we have made some exciting new changes for you.
Berlin Buzzwords 2016 is over and it was awesome! We hope you have seen interesting sessions, had inspiring discussions, met old friends and make new ones, gained exciting insights and enjoyed the lovely weather in Berlin. The bbuzz team is happy about three successful days and wants to thank all speakers, attendees, volunteers, media partners and sponsors who all made Berlin Buzzwords 2016 possible.
There are a lot of companies today that proudly wear the open source badge to show their dedication to various open source projects, particular communities, or to just the idea of open source licensing.
Maybe you've been to #bbuzz before, maybe it's your first time that you're attending the event. Either way we are happy that you're part of it and prepared some helpful information for you to make the three days as smooth and successful as possible:
After two days of Berlin Buzzwords conference, it's time to get involved, make things happen and work on high quality and deep technical content.
Today we are introducing to you Carlos Baquero Moreno, who is an Assistant Professor and teaches Distributed Systems at Universidade do Minho, Portugal. In our expert to expert interview our program committee member Steve Loughran wants to know why we should care about causality.