As we start the preparations for another exciting edition of Berlin Buzzwords we would like to announce some changes to the program committee.
The Call for Submissions is open now! Send in your ideas for talks, workshops and discussions on Large Data Processing, NoSQL, IR/Search, machine learning, data science or related topics.
Berlin Buzzwords is back: Mark your calendar now to join us on June 10-12 for Berlin Buzzwords 2018 at Kulturbrauerei!
We're happy to announce that pre-registration for our FOSS Backstage Micro-Summit is now open. The event will take place on November 20, 2017 at Europace AG in Berlin.
We are pleased to announce the final list of speakers and talks for FOSS Backstage Micro Summit taking place in November 2017.
As previously announced during berlinbuzzwords, we are working on a new conference scheduled for next summer in Berlin.The conference has an official name now - “FOSS Backstage”! The summit comprises of everything related to FOSS governance and open collaboration, including thoughts on how to build and manage communities within the open source space.
Berlin Buzzwords 2017 is now over, and it was great! We have seen over 60 talks, welcomed more than 50 international speakers, had inspiring discusisons, met old friends and made new ones, gained valuable insights and enjoyed a great conference with amazing coffee!
We're happy to announce that in 2018 together with Isabel Drost-Fromm and Stefan Rudnitzki we'll be organizing a conference about governance, collaboration and community within the open source space.
There have been a few changes in the conference program, and we would like to provide a quick overview to make it clear.
Modern businesses have data at their core, and this data is changing continuously. How can we harness this torrent of information in real-time? The answer is stream processing, and the technology that has since become the core platform for streaming data is Apache Kafka.
It is often said that the world is not changing, but this is not true when it comes to data. The fact is, it has already changed. From the ‘Big Four’ accounting firms to the biggest enterprises in the world, all have massive ‘data labs’ or data analytics expertise.
Knowing your users’ preferences and behavior could help in optimizing the user’s E-journey by improving search relevancy and presenting relevant products. One way to leverage those preferences is to calculate a passive user profile based on the user’s interactions such as ad views and searches.