If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area and have been following us from afar (as a potential client or candidate), we’d love for you you to come meet us in person at one of our upcoming local events:
First up, our CTO, Mark Ayzenshtat, is speaking to UC Berkeley students on a panel alongside industry luminaries including Vivek Wadhwa and Glenn Kelman. TellApart is also sponsoring the UCB Startup Job Fair the following day, and we’re hiring like crazy, so be sure to stop by with your resume!
Industry Panel and Entrepreneurship Mixer
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 — 5:30-7:30p
UC Berkeley – Sutardja Dai Hall, Banatao Auditorium
And our CEO, Josh McFarland, will be speaking on the topics of big data and analytics at two upcoming events:
SDForum presents Analytics: The Next Wave
Friday, March 25, 2011
Stanford University – Tressider Union, Oak Lounge
How do businesses transform the wow of analytics and big data into the bottom line? The focus has shifted from using analytics for better data access and reporting to using insights collected from analytics to deliver better outcomes to the bottom line and drive high performance. This one-day conference will explore increasing the bottom line through new sources of data and uses, new deployment and data architecture models, and consumer targeting derived from big data intelligence.
Data 2.0 Conference
Monday, April 4, 2011
Mission Bay Conference Center – Robertson Auditorium
Within the past 10 years, the amount of data we can access online has grown exponentially. Whether open government data, social data, or business data as a service, everyone from startups to Fortune 500 corporations are discovering their role in the data supply chain and rethinking what business models are possible with data. What new types of companies will emerge that utilize newly accessible data? Will online structured data end up becoming centralized in services like Google or decentralized between 3rd parties? How do you fit into the data ecosystem, and how will the data ecosystem change in the next year?