I’m proud and excited to announce that I will be speaking at the Machinery.ai conference on November 7th in McLean, VA. I’ll be joined by an excellent lineup of speakers including Vicky Fu from Microsoft, Mark McGovern from CA Technologies, and Elizabeth Haubert of OpenSource Connections. It’s a full day of machine learning awesome! My talk is titled Building a Production-Level Machine Learning Pipeline. Here’s what it’s about: With so many options to choose from how do you select the right technologies to use for your machine learning pipeline? Do you purchase bare metal and hire a devops team, install Spark on EC2 instances, use EMR and other AWS services, combine Spark and Elasticsearch?! Attend this talk to hear first-hand experience of building ML pipelines: what options were looked at, how the final solution was selected, the tradeoffs made and the final results.
Your 20% Discount Code
Use discount code dempsey to get 20% off all ticket types. Tickets are $45 until October 28th. After importing math that means you’ll pay a mere $36 to attend if you purchase your ticket before then. Registration closes November 6 so hop on it homie!
Want to Go As My Guest?
I have three tickets to give to three lucky individuals. Here’s how to get one:
- Leave a comment below about how you think machine learning can help improve humanity.
- On October 23rd I’ll award three lucky peeps.
- You go to the conference as my guest, have a great time and learn a ton!
More About Machinery.ai
Just as the emergence of steam engines and the telegraph changed the world during the industrial revolution, artificial intelligence technologies such as machine learning are reinventing the way we live and work. Engineers and organizations alike must adapt or risk becoming obsolete. Machinery.ai is a community and event series where developers come together to explore the digital machinery of the new era. At our upcoming conference, experience a day of learning from industry experts to look “under the hood” at the building blocks of machine learning.
Date: Tuesday, November 7 Location: The DoubleTree by Hilton McLean Tysons Corner, 1960 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, VA Hours: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Airport: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Travel Time from Airport: 25-30 minutes Presenting Sponsor: Capital One Sponsors: Dimensional Mechanics, Mathworks Community Partners: Women Who Code, The Bridge, Data Innovation DC, Fosterly Expected Attendance: 200 Estimated Speakers: 11 Audience: Mid to Senior Level Software Engineers and Developers