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On the other side of the Holidays are sunny January days in Florida, home of rstudio::conf 2017 and the exclusive Wizarding World of Harry Potter experience reserved for our guests!
There are fewer than 80 seats remaining. We hope you’ll register soon to join hundreds of the most passionate data scientists in the world from January 12 to 14, each looking for the latest and best information on all things R and RStudio.
Note: Are you registered but don’t have a ticket for Friday evening’s exclusive access to Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter? We’ve heard a few people say they missed it. If you’re already registered and would like a ticket for you or a guest, please go here and select the Register button.
We are excited to announce that submissions for lightning talks at rstudio::conf are now open! Lightning talks are short (5 minute) high energy presentations that give you the chance to talk about an interesting project that you’ve tackled with R. Short talks, or demos of your R code, R packages, and shiny apps are great options. See some of the great lightning talks from the Shiny Developer Conference (scroll down to user talks).
Submissions are due December 1, 2016. We’ll announce the accepted talks on December 15. (You must be a registered attendee of rstudio::conf to present a lightning talk.)
rstudio::conf 2017, the conference on all things R and RStudio, is only 90 days away. Now is the time to claim your spot or grab one of the few remaining seats at Training Days – including the new Tidyverse workshop.
Whether you’re already registered or still working on it, we’re delighted today to announce the full conference schedule, so that you can plan your days in Florida.
rstudio::conf 2017 takes place January 12-14 at the Gaylord Resorts in Kissimmee, Florida. There are over 30 talks and tutorials to choose from that are sure to accelerate your productivity in R and RStudio. In addition to the highlights below, topics include the latest news on R notebooks, sparklyr, profiling, the tidyverse, shiny, r markdown, html widgets, data access and the new enterprise-scale publishing capabilities of RStudio Connect.
– Hadley Wickham, Chief Scientist, RStudio: Data Science in the Tidyverse
– Andrew Flowers, Economics Writer, FiveThirtyEight: Finding and Telling Stories with R
– J.J. Allaire, Software Engineer, CEO & Founder: RStudio Past, Present and Future
– Winston Chang, Software Engineer, RStudio: Building Dashboards with Shiny
– Charlotte Wickham, Oregon State University: Happy R Users Purrr
– Yihui Xie, Software Engineer, RStudio: Advanced R Markdown
– Jenny Bryan, University of British Columbia: Happy Git and GitHub for the UseR
– Max Kuhn, Senior Director Non-Clinical Statistics, Pfizer
– Dirk Eddelbuettel, Ketchum Trading: Extending R with C++: A Brief Introduction to Rcpp
– Hilary Parker, Stitch Fix: Opinionated Analysis Development“
– Bryan Lewis, Paradigm4: “Fun with htmlwidgets”
– Ryan Hafen, Hafen Consulting: “Interactive plotting with rbokeh and crosstalk”
– Julia Silge, Datassist: “Text mining, the tidy way”
– Bob Rudis, Rapid7: “Writing readable code with pipes”
– Joseph Rickert, R Ambassador, RStudio: R’s Role in Data Science
Special Reminder: When you register, make sure you purchase your ticket for Friday evening at Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The park is reserved exclusively for rstudio::conf attendees. It’s an extraordinary experience we’re sure you’ll enjoy!
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