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BigData eventsMay 4, 2012 by Radek Maciaszek

We observe an explosion of BigData events. While half a year ago London hosted maybe one interesting meetup a month nowadays there is rarely a week without few of them. Supply is keeping up with demand.

There is an increasing number of monthly meetups: BigData London, HUG UK, Data Science London, London R, Cassandra London, Neo4j London, London MongoDB User Group, Oracle BigData, Data Visualisation London, Big Data Debate, DeNormalised London, LonData, CloudComputing.

Upcoming conferences that are worth mentioning:

We just had a London BigData week that was full of meetings and hackatons dedicated to Hadoop, Visualisations and NoSQL. In case you missed the last Big Data week you are for a treat – simply like us on Facebook to have a chance of winning one ticket (worth £495) for 3 days of SkillsMatter NoSQL tutorials.

There are as well few online places where every data scientist can improve or challenge their skills:

If you know of anything interesting coming up in London, let us know in the comments.

2 Responses to BigData events

  1. Pingback: What’s the big deal with Big Data?

  2. Jay Borges says:

    Do you have a list of Big Data events for 2013

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