GoDataFest, the original festival of data technology, returns in 2021 with an online / hybrid edition.
The daily schedule (Mon 1/11 – Fri 5/11) will consist of interviews, presentations, training sessions and workshops around the most relevant data & AI topics and technology, from Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Databricks, and Microsoft Azure to dbt Labs, Escher Cloud, Coiled, NATS and more.
GoDataFest is proudly powered by GoDataDriven.
More than simply a webinar, GoDataFest Live brings together conversations about the latest data technology into studio-quality video streams.
Engage with product specialists and experienced practitioners from leading tech companies like AWS, Databricks, Google Cloud, Microsoft, and more. Learn from the experiences of industry-leading enterprises the likes of ABN AMRO, Ahold, Mollie, Danone, Dexter, and Guidion.
Get ready for GoDataFest
Video streams to celebrate data technology
GoDataFest features a multitude of sessions focused on various data technologies and platforms.
From fireside chats and presentations to ask-me-anything sessions and customer stories, each session is hosted by seasoned experts.
Covering a wide variety of innovations
You can expect insights, developments, and tutorials about the latest and greatest data technology.
Topics include modern data platforms, analytics engineering, data democratization, ML ops, pipeline orchestration, high-frequency trading, dbt (data build tool), and much, much more.
Develop your hands-on skills during workshops
During the workshops you can go hands-on with tools and techniques that will make you a better data professional.
Learn all about infrastructure-as-code, TensorFlow Extended, or join NVIDIA for a workshop around GPU Accelerated Data Science.
- Oct 26
- Oct 27
Common Issues with Time Series
Transitioning Analytics teams to Analytics Engineering
Python models in dbt: the good, the bad and the ugly
Deploying open source MDS using terraform
Meet our speakers
Each day we cover a wide variety of topics on various themes and technologies. Sessions can be attended online, in-person or both, and can consist of live as well as pre-recorded content.